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Oral surgery

Oral surgery without pain, with you in mind!

Oral surgery is the one area of dentistry that is more feared than general dental procedures. But nowadays, there are procedures that make the treatment truly painless. We use Ultracain DS Forte anaesthetic, which is four times more powerful than the commonly used Lidocaine.
Tooth extraction

19 000-35 000 Ft

Wisdom tooth removal

25 000-49 000 Ft

Root tip resection

42 000 Ft-tól

Oral surgery. Frequently asked questions
during surgery, treatment and tooth extraction

Oral surgery with modern anaesthetics doesn’t hurt, but it’s worth preparing for the operation to make the recovery easy!

After oral surgery, a gauze balloon is placed in the mouth. It is recommended to squeeze it gently for half an hour.

 

The anaesthetic effect lasts for about three hours from the time of injection, with individual differences. Do not eat or drink until then! After the oral anaesthesia, you may misfeed or damage your gums, or you may not be able to feel the temperature of food well. Do not drink carbonated, hot or alcoholic drinks on the day of the tooth extraction.

 

Do not eat foods containing poppy seeds, sesame seeds, etc. until the wound is completely healed. If these get into the wound, which is difficult to clean, they can cause inflammation. Avoid eating diluted dairy products for three days.

For your own sake, we advise you not to smoke for a day! Tobacco smoke is very harmful to wound healing, not only reducing, but increasing the tendency to inflammation and stressing the immune system. If you can quit for longer, even better, you will be doing yourself, your body and your wound healing a lot of good!

If you notice swelling or pain around the wound, ice the area from the outside. Ice gel, available from pharmacies, is best for this purpose. It's a good idea to have this in the freezer before the tooth extraction in preparation for the operation and have ice-cold help when you get home. Important: ice for a maximum of 10 minutes at a time, followed by a 15-minute break. Too much icing can also be harmful, it can even cause sinusitis in the upper teeth! Again, the important rule is to watch yourself and keep the ice on as long as you feel comfortable, then take a break. Generally, ice is necessary for the first day, but not afterwards, but this varies from person to person. Any swelling will respond very well to icing.

It is good if a blood clot forms at the site of the tooth extraction, as this will later become bone. Do not flush or suck the wound after tooth extraction. Only brush your teeth on the day of the procedure, not the wound, so as not to damage the valuable and important blood clot at the site of the tooth removed.

 

The day after tooth extraction, the wound should be cleaned. A soft toothbrush is recommended. Cleaning should be thorough but also very gentle. Do not smear the blood clot! This seals the wound and should stay in place. Cleaning the wound can be painful, it may bleed, this is normal!

Avoid swimming, sauna, solarium, intense sports and physical exertion for the three days following oral surgery. These can lead to wound opening and infection. These 3 days should be observed even if the surgical wound is closed with stitches (stitches are necessary if the wound was too big in the first place!)

 

After 3 days you can gradually start exercising, but watch yourself and do nothing that does not feel good in the wound area. There are individual sensitivities!

If necessary, take painkillers at the prescribed dose. Medicines containing diclofenac are the best for treating oral pain, but Algopyrin, Algoflex, etc. are also effective! Taking aspirin is FORBIDDEN! It can cause bleeding!

 

Take antibiotics only on prescription! Antibiotics are not routine medicine after tooth extraction or oral surgery! The doctor will only prescribe antibiotics if there is a higher chance of a complication or complication, based on your general health or the local nature of the surgery. Normally, antibiotic treatment is completely unnecessary!

The steps of oral surgery treatments

In our clinic, doctors from several dental specialties work as a team with our oral surgeons. The modern equipment of the clinic supports us in giving you the best of our knowledge. Choose an experienced oral surgeon where the focus is truly on you and your problem!

Health check

In case of an acute problem, we will try to make an appointment for an assessment as soon as possible. The examination is performed by a general dentist and a panoramic X-ray is taken. In the case of wisdom tooth surgery, a 3-dimensional CBCT scan may also be taken.

Appointment

You can make an appointment for oral surgery based on the treatment plan you receive after your assessment. If you have specific questions for the oral surgeon, a separate oral surgery consultation is also available prior to surgery.

Treatment plan

If your treatment plan includes a tooth extraction or other oral surgery, the plan will always include a recommendation for the replacement of the removed tooth or any further treatment needed. All missing teeth should be replaced!

Preparing for surgery

After the assessment, you will receive your treatment plan in your personal MyBudapestDental account, where you can also view your x-rays. From the account, you can download a list of recommended pre- and post-operative oral surgery procedures and additional information materials.

Painless treatment

In addition to the traditional extraction forceps, we have special oral surgery equipment available to our oral surgeons to perform the operations as quickly and accurately as possible, with the utmost safety.

Wisdom tooth surgeries/p>

A good proportion of oral surgery is wisdom tooth surgery. In many cases, wisdom teeth in the lower jaw grow abnormally and require major surgery to remove them. In such cases, a 3D CBCT scan is taken before the operation.

Painlessness

The anaesthetic is Ultracain DS Forte, which is four times more numbing and lasts twice as long as the well-known Lidocaine anaesthetic. Our dentistry is staffed by two experienced, skilled and empathetic oral surgeons, who perform the procedures quickly, precisely and painlessly.

Modern diagnostics

An integral part of the assessment is the digital panoramic X-ray. The resulting image provides an accurate, above-average diagnostic option. In the case of wisdom tooth extraction, root resection or major oral surgery, we can also take a 3-dimensional CBCT X-ray if warranted.

Special expertise

Oral surgery is an increasingly complex area of dentistry. The oral surgeons in our practice have experience not only in private practice but also in hospital oral surgery. Every day, we are contacted by many people with oral surgery needs, and based on our patients’ opinions, 97.4% of our patients recommend our doctors!
Painless tooth extraction

Expertise instead of dentistry

If oral surgery is an essential step in solving your dental problem, it’s definitely worth consulting an expert. We can help you to sit in the dentist’s chair with confidence and peace of mind, even if the thought of oral surgery makes you feel negative.

Don't wait for the last minute!

Come and choose an experienced, empathetic oral surgeon! Delaying a tooth extraction surgery is not only unnecessary, but also dangerous, as the inflammation of the tooth is a nodular lesion that has a detrimental effect on the whole body.
Wisdom tooth surgeries

Sloping? Lying down? Growing crosswise?

Wisdom tooth surgery accounts for a large proportion of oral surgery. While the removal of upper wisdom teeth is relatively simple, lower wisdom teeth in the hard lower jawbone can certainly cause surprises. Removing crooked, crooked, or crossed wisdom teeth takes time and experience, so it is worth leaving this treatment to an experienced oral surgeon.

Pre-operative preparation, 3D CBCT X-ray

One of the major risks of lower wisdom teeth surgery is the access to the sensory nerve running in the lower jaw. In many cases, a two-dimensional panoramic X-ray is not enough to prepare for this. Therefore, in complicated cases, the oral surgeon will request a 3-dimensional CBCT scan of the wisdom tooth to be removed.
Oral surgery

Root tip resection

The last attempt to save a tooth before tooth extraction is root canal treatment. In many cases, we find that the canals at the root tip are branched, so that the root cannot be treated all the way through, leaving infectious pathogens in the canals at the tip of the root. With resection surgery, the oral surgeon removes the apical part of the tooth root.

Bone grafting, sinus lifting, tooth implantation

After tooth extraction, it is optimal to have a tooth implant within six months to a year, as it is always worth replacing the missing tooth. If the tooth is not implanted within the optimal time, the bone at the site of the missing tooth will begin to atrophy. Later, in many cases, only bone replacement surgery can build up sufficient bone.

“The most important thing in surgery is to stay calm. So I prepare everything thoroughly. Before the operation, I check the X-rays one more time. For lower wisdom tooth surgery or more serious oral surgery, it’s a great boon that I can now request 3D CBCT scans, so I can perform the surgery with even more safety. “

Dr. Zoltán Nagy

Dento-alveolar oral surgeon specialist

How much do oral surgery treatments cost?

The cost of tooth extraction or oral surgery depends mainly on the situation. Removing a tooth can take from 15 minutes to several hours. The price of your oral surgery will be detailed in your treatment plan. The following prices for oral surgery treatment are indicative.