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What You Need To Know About Oral Surgery Full Procedure


Posted on 11/15/2023 by Weo Admin
3D x-ray rendering of zygomatic implants placed in the upper jawOral surgery involves diverse surgical procedures conducted on the jaw, gums, teeth, and other facial structures. It encompasses various treatments such as corrective jaw surgery, periodontal (gum) grafts, tooth extractions, and dental bone grafts. These procedures address specific oral health issues and improve overall oral function and aesthetics. Oral surgery may be necessary for individuals with advanced gum disease, extensive tooth decay, and severely fractured teeth. It is also performed on people with impacted teeth, missing teeth, sleep apnea, significant bone loss, and oral cancer. Here is what you need to know about the entire oral surgery procedure:

What Happens Before Oral Surgery?


Before oral surgery, our oral surgeon will conduct a thorough evaluation of your oral health. This evaluation includes examining your gums, teeth, jaw joints, and other oral structures. Additionally, dental X-rays and scans will be taken to obtain detailed images of your jawbone, teeth roots, and nerves. These diagnostic tools provide valuable information allowing our oral surgeon to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses your needs.

What Happens During Oral Surgery?


In certain instances, oral surgery is conducted as an outpatient procedure within a dental office. Our surgeon may provide various sedation options to ensure your comfort throughout the process. These include oral medications, sedation, or local anesthesia. Oral surgery is also performed in hospitals using general anesthesia.

How Long Does Oral Surgery Take?


The duration of your oral surgery procedure varies based on several factors. These include the specific surgery type, the sedation used, and the number of teeth involved. For instance, a single-tooth extraction generally takes around 30 minutes to complete. On the other hand, more complex procedures like corrective jaw surgery typically require a minimum of two to three hours to ensure thorough treatment.

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