Oral Surgery Questions

The Top 5 Oral Surgery Procedures

#1) The removal of wisdom teeth is  number one.
Wisdom tooth extraction is the most common dental procedure.

#2) Dental implants are a type of dental implant that is used to replace missing teeth.
Replacement teeth are not produced by the human body.

#3) Bone grafting is the third option.

#4) Corrective Jaw Surgeries…

#5) Mouth and Facial Trauma Surgeries

Any surgical procedure on your teeth, gums, jaws, or other oral tissues is referred to as oral surgery.
Extractions, implants, gum grafts, and jaw surgeries are among the procedures available.
An oral and maxillofacial surgeon or a periodontist usually performs oral surgery.

Typically, your oral surgeon would request that you rest for at least 48 to 72 hours after the procedure to allow the treated area to clot.
A patient should be able to resume normal physical activities after that.
In most cases, the soft tissue will heal completely in 3-4 weeks.

Patients’ concerns regarding pain after oral surgery are justified.
The extraction of teeth, which often necessitates the cutting of jaw bone, is one of the most painful medical procedures a person can do.


Following surgery, you may experience the following:

Soreness and swelling in the jaw.

It’s a dry socket.

Teeth adjacent to the extraction site have been damaged.

Tooth extraction that is not complete.

Misalignment of the teeth.

Sinus occlusion (from upper tooth extraction)

Jaw is broken.