In the treatment field of oral surgery, we take care of the preservation and the functional and aesthetic restoration of the jaw bones. This often involves bone augmentation in preparation for a dental implantation. But also the removal of idiopathic aseptic bone necrosis (ICD10 M87.08), of NICOs (Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis) and socket preservation are part of our treatment spectrum.
Since we follow a biological and holistic treatment approach in our practice, we also offer wound healing with PRP (platelet rich plasma), which allows bone tissue and wounds to heal faster and our patients to recover quickly.
For our treatments, we combine interdisciplinary knowledge with state-of-the-art diagnostic and surgical procedures as well as minimally invasive treatment options. It is important to us that our patients feel comfortable and well cared for – and that we bring back their smiles.
An overview of our range of services in the field of oral surgery:
A sufficient bone structure is an absolute prerequisite for a dental implant. If the jaw is too thin, too low or defective, it must first be rebuilt in its width and height. We use almost exclusively the body’s own (autologous) bone for this purpose and ensure a safe and minimally invasive procedure using the latest diagnostic procedures and gentle ultrasound instruments (piezo surgery).
If the maxillary sinus floor has to be raised or thickened, this is called sinus floor elevation or sinus lift. This special form of bone augmentation can also be an essential basis for a subsequent dental implantation. We carry out the sinus lift after a detailed diagnosis with the help of the most modern equipment and the use of autologous bone, so that the procedure can be carried out as biologically, optimally compatible with the body and as sustainably as possible.
The inflammation of the jaw bone NICO (Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis) is not visible from the outside and usually goes unnoticed by conventional X-ray procedures. However, by using the most modern diagnostic procedures, we are able to determine NICOs reliably, locate them precisely and then remove them safely and gently using the most modern methods.
If the bone structure must be retained after tooth removal, the socket reservation is performed immediately afterwards. This treatment ensures that the jawbone is preserved as far as possible and does not recede, in order to obtain the best possible basis for an upcoming tooth implantation. For this treatment we use the purely biological wound healing method PRP and – if necessary – the patient’s own bones.
PRP (platelet rich plasma) is a state-of-the-art, effective and purely biological method to promote wound healing. The concentrate required for this is obtained from the patient’s own blood and contains no added substances. Applied to the wounds, it ensures better and faster wound healing.