Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery
What is the scope ofMaxillofacial and Oral Surgery
• Tooth extraction
• Complications and burial teeth shots
• Root End Resections
• Implant Surgery
• Cyst operations
• Jaw Tumors
• Aesthetic Surgery.
• Soft Tissue surgery
• preprosthetic Surgery
• Periodontal surgery is not treatable and cannot be restored in cases of decay in size
Cases Requiring Tooth Extraction
In periodontal disorders
Infections and absceves that cannot be treated in the tooth roots
Shots for orthodontic treatment
irreparably in Root fractures
Matters to be considered following tooth extraction
• The buffer placed on the shooting wound should be held for up to an hour in the buried teeth. If you do not have a special warning of your dentist after this buffer has been discarded, it should be taken care not to break the clot that occurs again.
• Do not rinse the mouth with water for 24 hours.
• In no way should the wound surface be touched, the wound area should not be absorbed and should not be spit for 24 hours.
• Nothing should be eaten until the drowsiness passes after the shooting (for at least 2 hours), and after that time is always warm and soft things should be preferred. Very hot food should be avoided.
• Should not be smoked for at least 24 hours, preferably the first three days. Smoking can cause the clot to deteriorate and the wound is inflated. This condition called a dry socket causes pain for a long time.
• The injured area should not be used for 24 hours.
• If there is pain, an external pain medication should be used, if possible, should be applied to the physician.
• The shooting place must be kept clean. Food residue should be avoided in the wound. The area should be gently brushed with a soft tooth brush 24 hours after the shooting.
• The bleeding is normally considered to be 6-24 hours in case of slight leakage. The blood from this is definitely not spit, otherwise the pressure from the spitting can increase the bleeding. If excessive bleeding or if this period has been exceeded, it must be applied to the dentist.
• Always consult your dentist in case of prolonged pain swelling.
Impacted Wisdom Teeth Surgery
The cause of the problem of the buried 20-year-old teeth is that there is no need for this tooth to be genetically reduced and our jaws are shrinking.
As our jaws shrink, the 20-year-old teeth are forced to find a place and therefore cannot be found as other teeth. The 20-year-old teeth that are unable to find a place in the front push the female pushing and this leads to crowding. They are also very far behind and can be easily inflamed because of the normal anatomical structure of the gum around them.
Fully embedded 20-year-old teeth; They don’t usually cause problems. But they need to be followed by X-rays. Even though they are fully buried, they can print on the roots of the front teeth, and at a low rate the follicles of these teeth may develop cystic or all of the oural formations. Partially exited teeth of 20 years; They’re the most troublemakers. They try to get out by pressuring the front teeth because they can’t get out. The gum part (Kapişon) is inflamed due to the escape of food resists and bacteria growth over time. As a result of inflammation of the gum around the tooth; It consists of pain, swelling, abscess. They form a suitable environment for decay.
Completely out of 20 years old teeth; They usually do not cause problems, but because they are far behind, they are difficult to brush, triggering crowding in the anterior region or causing a periodontal infection in the region. It is therefore advisable to withdraw as a preventive measure in patients who are not very good at oral care; 20 years of female inflammation or symptoms of abscess pain (spontaneous or pressure swelling (in the mouth or percentage) redness, lymph under the jaw The swelling of the glands, the difficulty of swallowing, the inability of the mouth to close or close the gums on the 20. Tooth bite, pressure to be.
20 years of age teeth damages; It can cause crowding by pressuring the front tooth to cause decay in the front teeth. Since it creates a suitable environment for inflammation, it can occasionally cause pain and swelling. The current inflammation is mixed with blood at a weak moment in the body; It can settle into vital organs such as heart, kidney, brain, joints, and it can be a vital hazard.
Treatment of 20 years of female inflammation; Firstly, antibiotic treatment requires chronic inflammation of the acute condition. (The inflammation found here is only chronics with antibiotic use. Completely clean. Therefore, after the use of antibiotics, the withdrawal of the tooth should not be given to the passing of complaints. ) then these teeth should be taken in a surgical procedure (as in the side).
Cystic lesions are formed at the root end of the responsible teeth in the presence of poorly made canal treatments or inflammations that have been organized so as not to be drained at the end of the roots. These teeth require re-channel therapy. In some cases, the canal treatment does not suffice and the lesion within the bone must be removed from there. For this, a small window opens in the area where the tooth root is located on the bone, and this window is cleaned from within the cyst bone in the region. The root of the tooth is filled here and the popup window is closed. This process is called the root end resection.