Oral Surgeries

Oral Surgeries

Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom Tooth RemovalThird molars commonly referred as Wisdom teeth are the third and the last set of molars that erupt in the mouth usually within the age range of 17 and 26 years. When this happens it can lead to tearing of the gums and further buildup of bacterial load, which in turn can result in development of secondary infection, tooth decay and pain. In many such cases, the commonly advised option might be a surgical removal.

At Ankura Dental Clinic, our team with the vast experience and rigorous training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, can evaluate, recommend and manage everything from level of anaesthesia and surgical procedures to postoperative care and instructions. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at 09912849515

Tooth Extractions

Tooth ExtractionsAntiseptics and antibiotics do not entirely treat dental problems and at times tooth extractions might be recommended. If your tooth is damaged by decay or broken or if there is an additional tooth blocking the main permanent tooth from coming out, you might consider needing an extraction. Extractions should be carefully carried out in a safe and sterile environment with modern monitoring equipment by an experienced oral surgeon who will also note a detailed medical history taking account of any underlying medical conditions if present prior to the
Our team is certified and experienced in all the necessary local anaesthetic techniques and a variety of oral surgical procedures. To fix an appointment, please call us today: 09912849515

Impacted Canines

Impacted CaninesCanines are the longest, pointed teeth present on either side of your incisors on both upper and lower jaws. They possess the longest roots in the dentition and play a crucial role in biting food specially the tearing function. When a canine remains impacted within the bone, it means that the tooth is stuck and may not come out on its own. As these teeth are integral for chewing function, retrieval of it might be the only option.
This challenging procedure demands the collaboration of skills and treatment planning of both an orthodontist and a oral surgeon. Our highly experienced board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeons, can expertly manage this procedure and guide you through the preoperative, surgical and postoperative care needed for this treatment. Simply call us for a consultation at 09912849515