Are you suffering from severe gum infection or periodontal problems, or having pain or dental cyst or swelling? Our maxillofacial surgeons are well experienced with expertise in every delicate oral surgery or gum surgery. Oral surgery includes removal of cysts, treatment of maxillary or mandibular fracture, treatment of maxillary sinusitis, treatment of avulsion, reshaping gums, or restoring the damaged periodontal structures: gums, bones, and ligament. Our dental team helps provide dental treatments via oral surgeries that are painless and comfortable.
Flap Surgery is a standard procedure, in which minor cuts are made in your gum and tissue sections are lifted. This helps remove the bacterial deposition underneath the gums, and then the gum can be sutured back.
Periodontal /Dentigerous Cyst surgery helps in the removal of the periodontal cyst or dentigerous cysts. This is performed by a trained maxillofacial surgeon / Periodontist under the supervision of local anesthesia. For minor surgeries, the recovery usually happens within a week.
Trained experts do treatment of maxillary sinusitis by entering the maxillary sinus and clearing up the infection and then doing the follow-ups. The treatment is painless and comfortable.
Treatment of fracture of the maxilla and mandible are complex procedures, which require fine and delicate surgery. We offer different treatment modalities like closed (maxillomandibular fixation, splinting, modified diet) or open (plates and screws, interosseous wiring, lag screws) to treat the fracture. Our treatments are successful, and we follow the latest and advanced protocols of treatment.
There are many more oral surgeries done at Aster, like graft surgery, guided tissue regeneration, soft tissue graft etc. We provide the most economical treatment. Maintaining a healthy oral structure is very important for your overall health. Oral surgery can reduce the chances of tooth loss but it is important you choose the dentist and clinic wisely. You can trust us on that as we provide quality top-notch treatment by the most expert professionals.
While the healing process takes a little longer, the post-oral surgery recovery period is relatively short. However, you should plan on resting for at least two days after the surgery.
Don’t use straws, drink alcoholic or carbonated beverages, or smoke for at least 3 days after your procedure. These actions create negative pressure in your mouth, which can dislodge the blood clot that is keeping your wound closed, resulting in additional bleeding and a prolonged recovery time.
Only soft meals and beverages should be consumed for at least 24 hours after your tooth extraction. Initially, cool meals such as yogurt, pudding, Jell-O, and ice cream should be chosen. After your tooth extraction, applesauce is a wonderful choice because it adds fiber to your diet.
Based on the dental procedure, you may need local or general anesthesia to prevent discomfort. Fortunately, this procedure can effectively keep you pain-free during surgery.