Oral Surgary

Oral Surgary

All surgery at our clinic is done by our oral surgeon colleagues who have extensive experience of performing surgery in a hospital and university.

Tooth extraction

Is the removal of a tooth from its socket in the bone. Tooth needs to be extracted when there's too much damage for it to be repaired.

people who are getting braces may need teeth extracted to create room for the teeth that are being moved into place. Some people have extra teeth that block other teeth from coming in.

Wisdom teeth extractions

Third molars (commonly called wisdom teeth) are the last of the adult teeth to appear at the back of the mouth. Wisdom teeth typically emerge around age 17 to 24 or later. Wisdom teeth can be a problem because the human jaw is shorter than it was early in our evolution and these teeth are at the very end of the jaw. When wisdom teeth do not come at the correct angle through the gum, they can become impacted or partial impacted. This can cause gum disease, tooth decay and bad breath (if food becomes trapped in the spaces between your teeth) and may cause destroy the arrangement of other teeth.


A frenum is a fold of tissue that connects the lips, cheek or tongue to the jawbone. Frenum might be short, thick, or tight, or may extend too far down along the tongue or the gum. Sometimes a frenum can be attached too high on the gums causing either recession or spaces between teeth. if the frenum interferes with the normal alignment of your teeth, or affects your speech it can be removed with a simple operation called a frenectomy.


An Apicoectomy, or Root-End Resection, is the removal of the root tip and the surrounding infected tissue of an inflamed tooth. During root canal treatment, the canals are cleaned and any inflamed or infected tissue is removed. An apicoectomy is necessary when infection develops and refuses to go away after a root canal treatment or there is no chance to remove inflammation completely by root canal treatment. This procedure may be necessary when inflammation and infection persists in the area around the root tip after root canal therapy or root canal retreatment. An apicoectomy can be done in order to fix the problem so that tooth extraction is avoided.