Dental Clinic &  Dental Implants Centre Your Dentist who cares __________________________________ PITAMPURA & ROHINI, DELHI, INDIA
Dental Clinic & Dental Implants Centre | Pitampura & Rohini | Delhi, India | Tel: +91 11 27025081 | Mobile: +91 9810850226 | email: tooth.pandit@gmail.com

Oral Surgery

At     our     clinics,     various     out-patient     oral     surgical     procedures     are performed using f ully autoclaved, sterile instruments .

Procedures carried out include, but are not limited to:

Dental extractions

Involves removal of teeth under local anaesthesia.

Removal of impacted teeth

Involves   removal   of   teeth   that   fail   to   erupt   properly,   most   commonly   the third molar (wisdom) teeth but other teeth can also get impacted. Removal   may   be   simple,   or   might   involve   cutting   of   bone   and   gums and placement of stitches.  

Removal of retained roots

Badly   decayed   teeth   might   break   off,   leaving   root   fragments   inside   the bone. These need to be removed.

Incision and drainage of gums infections

Gums    or    soft    tissue    infections    in    and    around    the    mouth    are    not uncommon.   They   may   require   incision   and   drainage   of   the   pus   for healing to occur.

Bone defect grafting surgeries 

Infections   or   developmental   defects   may   lead   to   bone   defects   that   may require bone grafting to restore normal bony contour.

What to expect afterwards?

Discomfort   may   vary   from   person   to   person   and   depending   on   the nature of procedure carried out Bite firmly on the gauze placed, to control the bleeding Place an ice bag on the cheek  to reduce swelling Avoid   taking   hot   foodstuffs   for   24   hours.   Take   soft   foods   for   a   day or two. Tooth   sensitivity   may   occur   in   some   patients,   the   duration   and severity may vary from person to person Over    the    counter    pain-killers    may    be    required.    De-sensitizing toothpastes and mouthwashes may be used. Avoid smoking. Brushing    and    Flossing    on    the    surgical    area    may    be    delayed according   to   the   procedure   carried   out,   and   follow   the   instructions as given. Other areas may need to be brushed gently. Dietary restrictions, if any given, may need to be followed
Dental Clinic &  Dental Implants Centre Your Dentist who cares __________________________________ PITAMPURA & ROHINI, DELHI, INDIA
Dental Clinic & Dental Implants Centre | Pitampura & Rohini | Delhi, India | Tel: +91 11 27025081 | Mobile: +91 9810850226 | e-mail: tooth.pandit@gmail.com

Oral Surgery

At   our   clinics,   various   out-patient   oral   surgical   procedures are performed using f ully autoclaved, sterile instruments .

Procedures carried out include, but are not limited to:

Dental extractions

Involves     removal     of     teeth under local anaesthesia.

Removal of impacted

teeth

Involves   removal   of   teeth   that fail    to    erupt    properly,    most    commonly    the    third    molar (wisdom) teeth but other teeth can also get impacted. Removal    may    be    simple,    or might   involve   cutting   of   bone and   gums   and   placement   of stitches.  

Removal of retained

roots

Badly    decayed    teeth    might break    off,    leaving    root    fragments    inside    the    bone.    These need to be removed.

Incision and drainage of gums infections

Gums   or   soft   tissue   infections   in   and   around   the   mouth   are not     uncommon.    They     may require   incision   and   drainage of     the     pus     for     healing     to occur.

Bone defect grafting

surgeries 

Infections    or    developmental defects    may    lead    to    bone defects    that    may    require    bone    grafting    to    restore    normal bony contour.

What to expect afterwards?

Discomfort    may    vary from   person   to   person and   depending   on   the nature     of     procedure carried out Bite      firmly      on      the gauze       placed,       to control the bleeding Place    an    ice    bag    on the   cheek      to   reduce swelling Avoid        taking        hot foodstuffs for 24 hours. Take soft foods for a day or two. Tooth    sensitivity    may    occur    in    some    patients,    the duration and severity may vary from person to person Over    the    counter    pain-killers    may    be    required.    De- sensitizing    toothpastes    and    mouthwashes    may    be used. Avoid smoking. Brushing    and    Flossing    on    the    surgical    area    may    be delayed   according   to   the   procedure   carried   out,   and follow   the   instructions   as   given.   Other   areas   may   need to be brushed gently. Dietary    restrictions,    if    any    given,    may    need    to    be followed