Oral surgery is the specialty of dentistry that is responsible for the diagnosis and surgical treatment of wounds, diseases and defects that could be found in the oral cavity as well as in the structure of the teeth.
Dental extraction is the most common surgical procedure in the consultation and is performed when the piece is no longer viable to keep it in the mouth, so that it is chosen for extraction. Said extraction must be valued in advance by the dentist, to proceed to his surgery in an optimal way.
The dentist will perform x-rays to see the state of the roots of the tooth, as well as to prevent possible complications.
All surgery is performed through anesthesia so that the patient does not suffer any pain or discomfort during the treatment.
Once the extraction is done, it is important that the patient follow the guidelines that will be set by your dentist, these are some of the basic tips:
Oral surgery also treats cases of braking, including teeth, labial frenulums, removal of cysts or nodules (torus), small tumors, and implants among others.
Thanks to the performance of the surgery, an improvement is obtained since the pain and the infection disappear. In the case of prostheses, its masticatory function becomes possible.