As in all branches of general medicine, surgery is a field of study that requires a very special discipline and coordination. In dentistry, surgical jaw bones are surgical studies performed on hard and soft tissues (palate, lips, tooth roots) and jaw bones.
Maxillofacial surgery applications are as follows:
- Removal of teeth and tooth roots attached to the jaw bone
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- Removal of gingival and bone abscesses, cysts and tumors of interest or soft tissue origin
- Detection and treatment of jaw fractures
- Placing implants placed on the jaw bones
- Application of facial paralysis, jaw joint and muscle pain, neuralgia treatments
- To perform dental root end (resection) operations for unsuccessful root canal treatments
- To plan the jaw facial aesthetics necessary to complete orthodontic treatment in advanced ages and to perform the operations together with orthodontics.
Twenty Age Teeth-Buried Dental Surgery
The reason for the impacted 20 year old teeth is that there is no need for this tooth genetically and our jaws become smaller. As our jaws become smaller, 20-year-old teeth are forced to find a place for themselves and therefore cannot come out like other teeth. The 20-year-old teeth, which cannot find room for themselves, are pushing the front tooth and pressurizing, which causes a rudeness. They can also easily become inflamed because they are far behind and the gum around them is not of normal anatomical structure.
- Fully embedded 20-year-old teeth are usually no problem. However, they should be followed up with an X-ray. Even though they are fully buried, they can put pressure on the roots of the anterior tooth, damage it, and cause some cystic formations around them. In this case, they must be surgically removed.
- The partially eroded 20-year-old teeth are the most problematic. The gum piece (hood) on them cannot be fully removed, and they become inflamed due to the escape of food residues and bacterial growth between them. As a result of inflammation of the gums around the tooth; occurs in pain, swelling, abscesses. They form a suitable environment for caries. In this case, they must be surgically removed.
- Fully exposed 20 years old teeth; they don’t usually cause problems, but they’re too far behind and they’re hard to brush. Therefore, it is recommended to be taken as a preventive measure in patients with poor oral care.
First of all, chronic inflammation in an acute condition is required with antibiotic treatment. (The inflammation found here becomes chronic only with the use of antibiotics. It cannot be completely cleaned. Therefore, after the use of antibiotics, the withdrawal of the teeth should not be abandoned. Impacted 20-year-old teeth can cause cysts and tumors in their jaws. Some of the semi-buried 20 wet teeth have been put into the mouth. Semi-buried 20-year-old teeth clinically cause perichoronitis, which is characterized by infection of the local gums and surrounding tissues (pharynx and tonsils). Patients usually present to clinics for pericoronitis. Bacteria that cause pericoronitis (str. Viridans, staph. Aureus, beta hemolytic streptecocci) can also settle in the heart valves and disrupt the functions of the heart valves. Therefore, extraction or coroneidectomy (removal of the crown part of the tooth) is very important, especially for semi-embedded 20-year-old teeth. The embedded 20-year-old teeth must be removed under sterile operating room conditions.
Upper and lower jaw cysts
We can simply describe the cysts as a liquid-filled sac. Cysts grow due to the accumulation of fluid in them and cause destruction of surrounding tissues as they grow. Cysts can grow in a very insidious manner without clinical signs. And in the end they may threaten vital functions. Cysts in the jaw may not show clinical symptoms for a long time. they may eventually cause too much tissue loss. Jaw cysts can be tooth-borne (odontogenic) or different tissue-borne (nonodontogenic). Cysts can also develop into malignant tumors. Cysts should be removed surgically without losing time.
Upper and lower jaw tumors
Tumors can be divided into roughly good and malignant. Tumors that occur in the jaw and mouth include benign and malignant ones, teeth or different tissue origin. Malignant tumors are aggressive and grow by incorporating the surrounding tissue into their structures, and at the same time they can spread to different organs via blood or lymphatic fluid. If a wound in the mouth (lips, tongue, gums, cheek areas) does not heal after weeks, you should definitely consult a dentist.