Surgical Options View Our Case Studies
Sometimes teeth are destructed beyond repair or wisdom teeth fail to erupt or partly erupt due to varied jaw and tooth size ratio. Such teeth are extracted surgically under local anaesthesia.
Due to evolution, the human jaw size is decreasing, resulting in lack of space for wisdom molars/canines to erupt in their designated space.
Accidents and sports injuries can lead to jaw fractures requiring surgical correction.
Stubborn infections, which cannot be treated with conventional root canal treatments, may require surgical intervention to save the tooth.
Shaky teeth caused due to bone loss- the outcome of tartar deposits under the gum line are corrected by placing a synthetic bone graft around the affected root, leading to tooth stabilization.