Our specialist Dubai dentists and state-of-the-art facilities are equipped to perform many dental surgical procedures like:
- GP Dentistry: Root canals, with our protocols and procedure can save a badly decayed tooth. The nerves and blood vessels contained in the pulp of the tooth is removed and the empty chamber is cleaned and treated against infection. A crown is usually fixed in place so that the tooth function is restored.
Many people fear the root canal procedure because they believe it is very painful, but this is incorrect. The dental staff ensure that the anaesthetic is working before they start any work on the tooth.
- Dental implants: When you are missing one or more teeth, people are often opting for dental implants rather than dentures to replace those missing teeth. The implant is attached directly to the jawbone and is a more permanent alternative. They look like your natural teeth and can last a lifetime.
- Improving jaw alignment: Sometimes the upper and lower jaws don’t develop as they should, and this causes improper jaw alignment and results in teeth not in the proper positions for performing their functions optimally. Here, the dentist can realign the jaws during surgery to a more favourable position.
- Impacted wisdom teeth: Wisdom teeth are also known as the third molars and erupt in early adulthood.
Impacted wisdom teeth is common problem that arises when these third molars are unable to surface because there is no space on the jawline. If they are not removed, they can cause many problems, like gum infections which will cause pain, swelling and jaw stiffness. They will also cause problems with adjacent teeth by pushing them along the jawline and out of normal alignment.
Your dentist will make a full examination of your mouth and take x-rays to determine the exact position of the impacted molar. You may require a local or general anaesthetic for the surgery depending on the position of the tooth.
Your recovery will depend on how complicated the surgery was. You will heal faster from a simple extraction, but it may take days to recover from a tooth that was very deep in the gum tissue. You will be given antibiotics and pain medications and your dentist will advise you on what other steps to take to speed your recovery up.