Oral surgery is Management or repair of injured, malformed, diseased tissue involving the mouth, teeth and jaws by surgical means includes:

  •  Extraction
  •  Impaction
  • Removal of small tumors or growth
  •  Drainage
  • Gingivectomy: gingival overgrowth & enlargements can be corrected by this surgical producer(gignivecotmy )
  •   Apicoectomy

 

 

Apicoectomy (apexectomy)

ApisectomyThe root (apex) is removed surgically together with a surrounding cystic inflammation – this is called apicoectomy. This procedure is generally performed, if the root canal is not negotiable, for whatever reasons, or the infection is that extensive that it cannot be treated through the root canal or only with extreme difficulty.

 

Impacted teeth

Impacted tooth refers to a tooth that has failed to fully emerge into its expected position, occur either because the path for their emergence is blocked, or because they have formed in the wrong position in the mouth. Most frequently on wisdom teeth and less frequently on other teeth like the canine.

Where there is inadequate space in the mouth for all the teeth, the last teeth to erupt often have insufficient room, because the space available has all been taken by the teeth which have already emerged. Under these circumstances, the later erupting teeth may grow through, but out of line, or alternatively, they may be unable to emerge fully. When a tooth fails to erupt, either fully or partially, it is described as being impacted.

Why do we need to remove the impacted teeth?

With impacted teeth, Sometimes there is pain, sometimes there is not. But an impacted tooth can cause other problems even without pain. It can lead to quicker tooth decay or gum disease, it can push other teeth out of the way, cause cysts or cause from small to sever infections.