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General Dentistry
Dental Surgery
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Surgical Procedures of the Mouth and Jaw

Dental Implants
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into the jaw to support a replacement tooth or bridge.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
This rehabilitation combines a number of restorative dental treatments to fortify healthy oral tissues and teeth structures, as well as to restore your alignment.
Bone Grafts
A dental bone graft is a surgical procedure that is performed to repair or rebuild bones through the transplantation of bone tissue.
Tooth Extractions and Complex Extractions
A full tooth extraction occurs when a tooth is too badly damaged from trauma or decay to repair or when there is a tooth infection.
Soft Tissue Grafts
This exposure makes the teeth susceptible to disease-causing bacteria to build up, which can severely damage the tooth’s bone structures and its supporting tissues.

Periodontal Treatments

  • Non-Surgical Treatments
  • Laser Treatment
  • Regenerative Gum Graft Surgery Procedures
  • Dental Crown Lengthening
  • Pocket Reduction Procedures
  • Plastic Surgery Procedures

To achieve periodontal health without invasive treatments, doctors recommend non-surgical procedures such as scaling and root planing, and a tray delivery system. Scaling and root planing is a careful cleaning of the root’s various surfaces to remove any plaque and bacterial toxins. A tray delivery system involves a custom-fit tray that is used to deliver prescribed medications at home, similar to a fluoride tray.

In laser therapy, your periodontist uses a laser to access and remove any inflamed gum tissue from around your tooth’s root. Working in conjunction with other traditional therapies, the laser treatment removes the tartar and plaque built up along the gumline.

These procedures aim to reverse damage by regenerating lost bone and tissue that support your teeth. During this procedure, your periodontist pushes back the gum tissue and removes any disease-causing bacteria. Membranes, bone grafts, or tissue-stimulating proteins are inserted to supplement your body’s natural ability to regenerate bone and tissue.

Dental crown lengthening is performed to expose more of your natural teeth by removing and reshaping any excess gum tissue. These procedures are often performed to improve a “gummy” smile, where your teeth appear very short due to gum coverage.

Pockets are formed around the teeth as a result of supporting tissue and bone being destroyed from periodontal disease. These pockets can become deeper over time, which provides a larger space for harmful bacteria to live. In a pocket reduction procedure, your periodontist folds back the gum tissues and removes the disease-causing bacteria before securing the tissue back into place.

Along with dental crown lengthening, there are a number of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures that periodontist may perform, including root coverage procedures and ridge augmentation. Root coverage may be necessary when gum recession causes the tooth’s root to become exposed, which makes your teeth look very long. To reduce further gym recession and to fortify vulnerable roots from decay, gum graft surgery and other root coverage procedures are available. In addition, unnatural indentations in the gumline often occur as a result of a missing tooth. To combat these indentations, ridge augmentation can be used to fill in this defect by reformed the natural contour of the gums and jaw.

Dr. Shauki Dental Health

A senior consultant at Tripoli Dental Center in the Oral Surgery Department, has dedicated his life to becoming an expert in oral healthcare in Libya and Internationally.

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