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Oral Surgery

At Brookdale Dentistry

In Yonge St, Ontario

Oral Surgery at Brookdale Dentistry in Yonge St, Ontario:
Restoring Health, Enhancing Smiles

Understanding Oral Surgery

Oral surgery is one of the specialized areas of dentistry that uses surgery to treat various dental and oral health problems. The term “oral surgery” refers to a broad range of surgical treatments on the jaws, teeth, and other nearby oral tissues. While many oral health problems can be treated non-surgically, surgical intervention might benefit some disorders.

Our skilled oral surgeons have the desire to provide secure and efficient surgical procedures to improve smiles and restore oral health at Brookdale Dentistry on Yonge Street in Toronto. They provide the greatest calibre of care, whether removing impacted wisdom teeth, placing dental implants, or realigning misaligned jaws.

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Common Oral Surgical Procedures

Tooth Extractions

Tooth extractions are vital when a tooth is badly broken, decayed, or stuck in the gum. Our experienced dental surgeons carefully and precisely execute extractions, ensuring little discomfort and fostering healthy healing.

Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, often need extraction because of impaction or lack of space in the jaw. Our oral surgeons have great experience removing wisdom teeth, guaranteeing a pain-free surgery and a quick recovery.

Dental Implants

An innovative method of replacing missing teeth is dental implants. Our oral surgeons expertly put dental implants to improve a patient’s smile’s aesthetics, stability, and functionality.

Bone Grafting

To increase the density of the jawbone and support dental implants or other restorative operations, bone grafting may occasionally be necessary. Our oral surgeons use modern methods to do bone grafting with the best results possible.

Corrective Jaw Surgery (Orthognathic Surgery)

Treatment for jaw abnormalities and misalignment involves corrective jaw surgery. Together with our orthodontists, our oral surgeons can improve the patient’s bite and facial appearance by addressing functional and aesthetic difficulties.

Oral Pathology

Cysts, tumours, and lesions are among the oral disorders that our oral surgeons are able to identify and treat. To avoid any consequences, early detection and the right care are crucial.

Treatment of TMJ Disorders

Disorders of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) can result in jaw pain and dysfunction. To address TMJ-related complaints, our oral surgeons provide arthrocentesis and arthroscopy procedures.

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The Oral Surgery Procedure

Our oral surgeons provide a complete evaluation prior to any oral surgical operation, which includes a careful examination, a review of your medical history, and any necessary diagnostic imaging. They collaborate closely with each patient to create a unique treatment plan, making sure they remain aware and at ease all the way through.

The patient receives the proper anesthetic on the day of the surgery to ensure comfort and lessen pain. Using the most recent surgical methods and technologies, our skilled oral surgeons perform the procedure with accuracy and attention to detail to produce the greatest results.

Recovery and Aftercare

Our staff gives thorough aftercare advice to encourage normal recovery and lessen any discomfort following oral surgery. Post-operative check-ups are planned to track the healing process and handle potential issues.

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Why Choose Brookdale Dentistry for Oral Surgery

Experienced Oral Surgeons

Our oral surgeons are highly skilled and experienced in carrying out a variety of oral surgical operations.

State-of-the-Art Facilities

Modern infrastructure and cutting-edge technologies at Brookdale Dentistry guarantee the greatest level of patient care and surgical accuracy.

Comprehensive Dental Services

We provide convenient and integrated care for our patients as a full-service dental practice by delivering a wide range of dental services.

Compassionate Care

Our team takes pride in giving every patient sensitive treatment and support since we recognize that having oral surgery can be frightening.

Safe & Comfortable Oral Surgery in Ontario

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"Precision, Care, and Confident Smiles: Oral Surgery at Brookdale Dentistry!"

For individuals with a range of dental problems, oral surgery is crucial in restoring oral health and enhancing smiles. Our skilled oral surgeons take pride in providing safe and efficient oral surgical procedures customized to each patient’s specific needs at Brookdale Dentistry inYonge St., Ontario. We take pleasure in providing the finest level of care and accuracy, ensuring that our patients leave our office with healthy, confident smiles—from simple tooth extractions to major jaw surgery. Do not hesitate to contact us or arrange a consultation with one of Brookdale’s experienced oral surgeons if you require oral surgery or have any concerns about your oral health.

FAQs

How long does it take to recover from oral surgery?

The complexity of the treatment affects how long oral surgery recuperation takes. After surgery, patients can frequently return to their regular routines within a few days to a week. For more involved treatments, full recovery could take several weeks.

Following oral surgery, it’s important to limit your diet to soft, easily digestible meals to prevent putting undue strain on the surgical site. Soups, smoothies, mashed potatoes, yogurt, and properly cooked pasta are a few examples.

Often, patients who undergo minor oral surgery under local anesthetic can drive themselves home. However, if sedation is used, it’s best to make arrangements for someone else to drive the patient home because the effects of sedation can make it hard for the patient to drive.

Oral surgeons may employ local anesthetic with or without sedation to ensure comfort during the process, depending on the type of oral surgery and patient preference. General anesthesia may be administered for more complicated procedures, which puts the patient to sleep.

Your oral surgeon will provide specific pre-operative instructions to prepare for your oral surgery. This may include fasting before the procedure and stopping certain medications or supplements that can interfere with anesthesia.

Oral surgery costs vary depending on the particular operation and the patient’s unique requirements. During the appointment, your oral surgeon will give you a full cost estimate. Dental insurance may also provide coverage for some oral surgical procedures.

Consult with a trained oral surgeon for a full evaluation and individualized treatment plan if you are experiencing dental or oral health difficulties, such as impacted wisdom teeth, severe tooth decay, jaw misalignment, or other diseases.