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Wisdom Tooth Surgery

It is the last teeth to develop and erupt into the jaws, where in the dental term we called it as the third molars. Problems that usually cause by wisdom tooth are gum infection, create cavities to itself as well as to adjacent tooth, teeth crowding and lose their original position and lastly is cyst formation which cause damaging to adjacent teeth, the jawbone and nerves. Should you be scared to wisdom tooth surgery? Here is the right place for you as we always focus painless treatment with absolute accuracy!

Apicoectomy

In this procedure, the endodontist opens the gum tissue near the tooth to see the underlying bone and to remove any inflamed or infected tissue. The very end of the root is also removed. A small filling may be placed in the root to seal the end of the root canal, and a few stitches or sutures are placed in the gingiva to help the tissue heal properly. Over a period of months, the bone heals around the end of the root.

Tongue-tie

With tongue-tie, an unusually short, thick or tight band of tissue (lingual frenulum) tethers the bottom of the tongue’s tip to the floor of the mouth. A person who has tongue-tie might have difficulty sticking out his or her tongue. Tongue-tie can also affect the way a child eats, speaks and swallows, as well as interfere with breast-feeding.
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Temporo­mandibular joint (TMJ)

What is TMD?

Temporo­mandibular joint (TMJ) is a hinge joint that connects your lower jaw to the skull, which are in front of each ear. It allows you move your lower jaw when you talk and chew.

Temporo­mandibular disorders (TMD) are problems associated with your TMJ and muscles that control it.

Symptoms of TMD

  1. Clicking or popping sounds in the TMJ when you open or close your mouth. This may or may not be painful
  2. Pain or tenderness in your TMJ area, neck and shoulders when you chew, speak, or open your mouth wide
  3. Difficulty in opening mouth and chewing
  4. Jaws may get ‘locked’ when you open too wide

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