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Oral Surgery

Oral surgery is a type of dental treatment that involves the surgical removal of teeth. It is typically performed by an oral surgeon, a dental specialist who has completed additional training in surgery and anaesthesia. Common oral surgical procedures include wisdom tooth extraction, dental implant placement, and treatment of facial injuries. Oral surgery can be performed in a hospital or at our practice, depending on the complexity of the procedure. It is usually done under local or general anaesthesia to minimise discomfort.

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Oral surgery is a branch of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions, diseases, and injuries of the mouth, teeth, gums, and jaw. It can involve simple procedures, such as tooth extractions, or more complex procedures.
Every person’s pain tolerance is different, so it’s difficult to say exactly how much pain a person will experience during or after oral surgery. However, most oral surgery procedures are performed under local anaesthesia, which numbs the area being treated, so you should not feel any pain during the procedure. You may experience some discomfort or swelling afterwards, but this can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medication or a prescription from your oral surgeon.
Wisdom teeth are often removed because there is not enough room in the mouth for them to come in properly. When this happens, they can become impacted, which means they are stuck in the gums or jawbone and cannot fully emerge. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, infection, and other problems, so they are often removed to prevent these issues.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are placed into the jawbone to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. They are a popular treatment option for people who have lost teeth due to periodontal disease, injury, or some other reason.

Pricing

Surgical Extractions£150
Wisdom Tooth Extraction (surgical) per tooth£300
Apicoectomy - Incisor£180
Apicoectomy - Premolar£200
Apicoectomy - Molar£275
Biopsy (including pathology)£120
Frenectomy£40.00

Oral surgery is a type of dental treatment that involves the surgical removal of teeth, repair of facial injuries, and treatment of certain medical conditions that affect the mouth, teeth, and facial region. It is typically performed by an oral surgeon, a dental specialist who has completed additional training in surgery and anaesthesia.

Common oral surgical procedures include wisdom tooth extraction, dental implant placement, and treatment of facial injuries.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Wisdom tooth extraction is a common procedure that is performed when the wisdom teeth, or third molars, are impacted or do not have sufficient room to emerge from the gums. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, infection, and damage to the surrounding teeth if left untreated.

Dental Implants

Dental implant placement involves the surgical insertion of artificial tooth roots into the jawbone to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. It is a popular treatment option for people who have lost teeth due to periodontal disease or injury. Treatment of facial injuries may include the repair of fractures, lacerations, and other injuries to the face, mouth, and jaw.

Oral surgery can be performed in a hospital or dental office setting, depending on the complexity of the procedure. It is usually done under local or general anaesthesia to minimise discomfort. Local anaesthesia numbs the area being treated, while general anaesthesia puts the patient to sleep and allows them to be unaware of the procedure. The type of anaesthesia used will depend on the specific procedure being performed and the patient’s medical history.

After the surgery, the patient will receive specific instructions for care at home to ensure proper healing and to prevent complications. These may include instructions for pain management, diet, and oral hygiene. The patient may also be prescribed medications to help manage pain and prevent infection.

It is important for patients to follow the instructions provided by the oral surgeon carefully to ensure the best possible outcome. They should also notify the surgeon of any concerns or problems that arise during the healing process.

Oral surgery can be a complex and potentially intimidating procedure, but it is often necessary to maintain the health and function of the teeth and jaw. If you are considering oral surgery, please do not he

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Wednesday
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Thursday
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Friday
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Dant Y Coed
1 & 2 Maelor Buildings
Heol Maelor
Coedpoeth
Wrexham, LL11 3NG
Monday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Tuesday
8:45am - 7:30pm
Wednesday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Thursday
8:45am - 5:30pm
Friday
8:45am - 5:00pm
Sat & Sunday
Closed

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