Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery

(Oral Surgery)

Generally, there is a common misconception that oral surgery only involves tooth extraction and wisdom tooth removal. However, oral surgery encompasses a broader range of treatments that aim to address issues related to the chewing system, oral structures, jawbones, and facial organs. These treatments may be necessary due to dental conditions such as severe infections, protruding or misaligned jawbones, short or crooked jaws, periodontal pocket treatment, or abscess removal in the oral cavity. Additionally, oral surgery involves the treatment of fractured jawbones, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain, inflammation of facial nerves, bone grafting procedures, correction of sleep apnea, corrective surgery for cleft lip and palate, as well as preparing the oral cavity for prosthetic tooth placement.

  1. Tooth Extraction
  2. Bone Surgery
  3. Wisdom tooth removal
  • It is recommended to brush your teeth at least twice a day. Brushing your teeth after meals is a good habit to take care of your oral and dental health, which should be practiced diligently.
  • Clean your mouth using dental floss at least 1-2 times a day.
  • Rinse mouth with fluoride mouthwash before bedtime every day, swishing the mouthwash and holding it in the mouth for at least 1 minute, and avoid drinking water or consuming food for 30 minutes after rinsing.
  • Should visit the dentist regularly every 6 months.

Oral Surgery Dentist

Dr. Daranee Vanichtantiphong (Doctor Yui)
Pedodontics Dentist, Orthodontics Dentist, Oral Surgery Dentist
Dr. Poorichai Benjachinchaikul (Doctor New)
Oral Surgery Dentist

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