Embedded Teeth:

Impacted teeth are the most common cases in oral surgery. In the mouth, lower and upper wisdom teeth, upper jaw canines and rarely lower and upper jaw small molars can be impacted. Impacted teeth sometimes show no symptoms and do not cause any complaints. Sometimes, they can cause huge complaints. After its presence is determined, impacted teeth must be extracted, whether they cause a complaint or not.

Abscess and cyst operations:

Abscess or cystic lesions occurring in the root of the tooth for various reasons are tried to be treated by directly opening the root canal and cutting out the infected root area in cases where the root canal treatment is insufficient. This practice is called apical resection.

Sinus Lifting:

The anatomical spaces in the upper jaws, just above the teeth, are called the maxillary sinus. Maxillary sinuses continue their growth throughout life. The increase in the volume of the sinuses leads to a decrease in the bone volume in the upper jaws. These bone losses, which can be considered physiologically, can reach dimensions that do not allow implant applications. In this case, if implant treatment is to be applied, a special surgical intervention called Sinus Lifting should be applied to reduce the volume of the sinuses and increase the bone volume. After the bone formation is completed, routine implant applications are started.


In gingivectomy, a portion of the gum is removed to flatten gingival pockets or false pockets. The goal in gingivoplasty is to create a smooth transition of the gingival contour in the tooth to restore the natural, anatomical and correct shape of the gingiva.

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