Most people are overwhelmed by the thought of visiting the dentist. Whether it is due to a big delay or embarrassment about the condition of your teeth. Only your dentist can help you overcome this anxiety and ensure that your teeth and gums are as healthy as possible.

oral surgery treatmentsAt Simply Teeth, we treat many patients who require oral surgery. This is due to complex problems such as tooth loss that may require dental implants. We also help remove impacted wisdom teeth safely and quickly. Or we can install your braces for efficient teeth straightening treatment. Whatever your requirements, your Ilford dentist will be very experienced in simple and complex oral surgery treatments. Moreover, we use special instruments to minimise pain and eliminate post-operative problems.

Different Types Of Oral Surgery Treatments

Impacted wisdom teeth

The removal of wisdom teeth is a very common dental treatment. Usually, adults develop four wisdom teeth, one in each corner of the jaw. The first adult molar generally appears in the mouth at or around the age of six. And then the rest follow until the age of 18. When wisdom teeth are unable to erupt, they tend to become inflamed, painful, infected, or decayed. Your dentist in Ilford will advise removing them with a quick procedure. If left untreated, impacted wisdom teeth can cause serious damage to your mouth and jaw.

Installing braces

At Simply Teeth, we fix traditional bracket and wire braces into the teeth with a simple and pain-free operation. Fixed braces work by tightening the wire over time until the teeth are straightened. Once the treatment is complete your braces will be removed with another simple operation.

Dental implants

Dental implants are replacement tooth roots that are attached into the jawbone using metal posts. Your Ilford dentist will assess the strength and density of your jaw bone. They will also take x-rays before you proceed to the actual surgery. Most dental implants are completed with two visits to the dentist. One to install the dental implants and a second one to attach your permanent teeth. If you are eligible for Teeth In A Day, you can have your dental implants along with your replacement teeth fixed in your mouth in a day.