Oral surgery Complex tooth extraction

Complex tooth extraction

Complex tooth extraction is the process of extracting a completely or partially impacted tooth, i.e. a tooth that cannot be accessed with a standard procedure.

It is important to follow specific doctor’s instructions after a tooth extraction so that your wound heals properly.

Because of bleeding, which is a normal side effect after tooth extraction, a patient has to hold a sterile dental gauze for 20 minutes. We recommend placing a cold compress on the cheek in order to prevent or decrease swelling and avoiding consummation of hot foods, drinks, and alcohol. It is also necessary to avoid mouth rinsing in the next 24 hours and touching the wound and smoking in the next 12 hours because smoking irritates the wound and causes bleeding. We recommend consuming yogurt, ice cream, and liquid and softer foods.

All oral surgery procedures are performed under local anaesthesia and are completely painless. Besides that, we use a microsurgical approach for oral-surgical procedures, as well as a piezoelectric instrument which causes far less trauma to the bone and reduces unpleasant postoperative occurrences such as swelling and pain to a bare minimum, i.e. it completely eliminates them.