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WHAT is a hard tissue surgery?

Removal of diseased hard tissue from the mouth.

WHY do you need hard tissue surgery?

  • Excessive tooth decay, tooth infection, delayed teeth eruption of permanent teeth, and crowding (orthodontic treatment) can all require a tooth extraction

  • Those who get braces may need one or two teeth removed to provide room for their other teeth as they shift into place

  • Additionally, those who are undergoing chemotherapy or are about to have an organ transplant may need compromised teeth removed in order to keep their mouth healthy

  • If a wisdom tooth doesn't have room to grow (impacted wisdom tooth), resulting in pain, infection or other dental problems, you will likely need to have it surgically removed

  • If you have a retained root piece or a fractured tooth

  • If you have any cysts or tumours present in the mouth, you will need to remove them

  • In case you have had an accident resulting in a jaw fracture

  • Dental implants will be required when patients have missing tooth/teeth

  • Have a chronic infection around the roots of an endodontically treated tooth


The Hard Tissue Surgery PROCESS at Studio Aesthetique:

  • At Studio Aesthetique, we first take a complete medical history before we attempt any procedure

  • Prior to surgery, scans, Xrays and blood tests are recommended

  • Oral Surgery at Studio Aesthetique is performed by our experienced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia. Additionally, the patient has the option of nitrous oxide sedation

  • We incorporate PRF into our surgeries. Plasma Rich Fibrin can be incorporated into about every oral surgery procedure be it wisdom teeth, tooth extractions, implants, bone grafts or sinus lifts

  • PRF speeds up the healing of the surgical site by stimulating the body to accelerate it’s normal processes. 

  • It causes soft tissue (gums) to close faster.

  • A small amount of blood is drawn, just like giving a sample at the clinic and that blood is centrifuged to concentrate the healing molecules into a clot in the test tube.

  • The clot can be used by itself, mixed into bone grafts, or as a covering to protect the surgical site.

  • At Studio Aesthetique, we understand that patients have real fears of surgical treatments. The good news is that a surgical procedure isn’t as bad as you might think. With modern pain management, patients don’t feel any significant pain with surgeries

BENEFITS of Hard Tissue Surgeries:

  • Decrease the risk of oral disease and inflammation

  • Lessen orofacial pain

  • Removes cysts, tumours, and jaw damage

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