Dental Treatment

Oral Dental & Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral Dental & Maxillofacial Surgery
Surgery Time

Surgery Time

45 – 60 Minutes


Local Anesthesia
Hospital Stay

Hospital Stay

2 Hours





Implant Surgery

While teeth that are missing for different reasons over time can cause chewing and speech disorders in patients, they can also cause aesthetic concerns. Implant surgery, which involves the application of artificial tooth roots instead of missing teeth, can be preferred in single tooth deficiencies or multiple tooth deficiencies. After the implant surgery, which is performed to restore the functions of the missing teeth, patients can have natural-looking stable teeth.





Tooth extraction

Tooth extraction may be required from time to time as part of Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial surgery. If the treatment of dental and gingival diseases is delayed, if the patient's natural tooth is irreversibly damaged, if other teeth are at risk due to decay, and if it is not possible to save the tooth, tooth extraction is performed.

We are in favor of preserving our patients' natural teeth as long as possible. For this reason, we perform tooth extraction if it is the last alternative.

With our staff specializing in oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery, apart from impacted tooth operations, tooth extraction and implant surgery;

Surgical treatments of infections in the mouth, jaw and face area,

Treatment of fractures caused by trauma in the jaw and face area,

Surgical treatments of soft tissue diseases in the mouth,

Treatment of intraosseous lesions,

Treatment of cysts that occur in the mouth and damage the jawbone,

We treat deformities in the jaw.

You can contact us for detailed information about Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial surgery treatment options and you can get support from our expert staff.




Impacted Tooth Operations

If there is not enough space for the development of the tooth in the jaw arch, the tooth remains impacted. Impacted teeth can cause pain and infection, as well as damage the roots of adjacent teeth, leading to tooth loss.


We apply different methods in the treatment of "mind teeth", also known as wisdom teeth. If the impacted tooth does not damage the other teeth or jaw structure in the mouth, we try to correct the dental alignment of our patients with orthodontic treatment. If impacted teeth cause gingival diseases, chronic abscess formations and damage to adjacent teeth, we surgically intervene in the tooth. Before the impacted tooth operations, we perform many examinations specific to the teeth, especially the general health status of our patients.

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