Oral surgery

Oral surgery used to mean the removal of stubborn or broken down teeth.

We are still able to effectively remove difficult or impacted teeth, often in the dental surgery, without the need to referral to a hospital. Utilizing techniques and analgesics to minimise discomfort and reduce recover times.

Today, oral surgery means so much more. We are able to reposition teeth, perform surgery to remove abcesses and therefore save teeth. It is possible to graft and to ‘grow’ bone to enable dental implants to be placed. We can expand bone to maximise the available natural bone.

We also work coldly with our local orthodontic referrers to ensure that any missing teeth can be replaced into the correct positions.

Having a dentist within the dental practice who is recognised as a specialist oral surgery by the general dental council means that we can offer you the very best treatment.