Oral Surgery

Any surgical operation performed on your teeth, gums, jaws, or other oral tissues is referred to as oral surgery.

Oral Surgery

Any surgical operation performed on your teeth, gums, jaws, or other oral tissues is referred to as oral surgery.

Tooth Extraction

Tooth extraction is a relatively rapid outpatient surgery performed by a dentist or oral surgeon under local, general, intravenous, or a combination of anesthetic.

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Wisdom tooth extraction is a surgical treatment that removes one or more wisdom teeth, which are the four permanent adult teeth positioned at the top and bottom rear corners of your mouth.

Impacted Tooth Extraction

Impacted wisdom teeth that are causing discomfort or other dental issues are often pulled surgically. If your impacted wisdom teeth are causing symptoms or dental difficulties, your dentist may advise you to have them extracted.


An alveoloplasty is a preposthetic surgical operation that reshapes and smoothes out the jaw in areas where a tooth or teeth have been removed in preparation for receiving a prosthesis.


The technique of removing the connective tissue (called the frenum) at the top or bottom of the mouth, especially under the tongue or the upper gums, is known as a frenectomy.


Operculectomy is a minor surgical treatment that is used to remove the operculum, which is the soft tissue flap that surrounds and covers a partly erupted tooth, particularly a wisdom tooth.

Lip Repositioning

Lip repositioning surgery is a basic surgical treatment used to limit upper lip mobility. It is also sometimes indicated in cases to reduce the appearance of a “gummy smile”

Excision Biopsy

Excision biopsy is a surgical technique that involves making an incision through the skin to remove a whole lump or suspicious region so that it may be examined under a microscope for symptoms of illness.

Torus/Bony Exostosis Removal

Torus/Bony Exostosis Removal refers to the surgical removal of a bony prominence or protrusion (exostosis). The surgery’s goal is to eliminate the bony protrusion and, as a result, alleviate discomfort and deformity.

Exposure of Impacted Tooth

In many circumstances, impacted teeth can be surgically exposed and dragged into the mouth with the use of a specific bracket. To reveal the impacted tooth beneath, gum tissue is elevated and bone covering the tooth is removed.

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