What is dental piezo surgery?
How does dental piezo surgery work?
When do we use it?
Removal of wisdom teeth
Removal of broken teeth
Root-end surgery – this is when the area at the end of the root of the tooth needs to be cleaned out and a tiny filling placed, for example after a cyst is removed. The success of the treatment is largely dependent on precise preparation of the root canal opening at the tip of the tooth.
Periodontal surgery – the piezo surgery unit allows us to precisely recontour bone around teeth and implants which is often important when it is necessary to improve their prognoses.
Sinus augmentation surgery – during this procedure the skin lining the sinus has to be manipulated. This skin is often only as thick as the inside lining of an egg and can tear easily. Since the dental piezo surgery unit is kind to soft tissues, the area can be accessed with reduced risk of tearing the Schneiderian membrane.