Surgery performed within the mouth cavity, especially that performed around the gums and teeth as an expedient for the purpose of preservation or replacement of teeth.
Surgery involving the mouth and teeth.
Dental procedures that involve surgery (extraction/cyst removal/apicectomy/biopsy).
Diagnosis and treatment requiring an extraction or other form of oral surgery.
Surgical treatment involving the teeth, mouth or jaw.
One of the specialties of dentistry. It involves the removal of teeth, placing implants, and jaw surgery.
the specialty concerned with the diagnosis, reconstruction, correction, and management of normal and abnormal structures of the head, neck, and oral cavity.
Now called oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Surgery and treatment of face and jaw disorders.
Dental specialty concerned with the surgical procedures in and about the mouth and jaw.
The removal of teeth and the repair and treatment of other oral problems, such as tumors and fract ures.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons specialize in disorders of the mouth, teeth, jaws and facial structures, including birth deformities and those resulting from accidents or disease.
Oral surgeons can provide dental implants and wisdom teeth extractions, as well as provide treatments for facial fractures, facial pain management, oral cancer and breath disorders.
The treatment or repair of the teeth, such as removing teeth or treating fractures, tumors, or other problems.
Deals primarily with the removal of teeth, treatment of jaw fractures, removal of tumors, and correction of malformed facial bones. Other specialties include oral pathology, and public health dentistry.
Oral and maxillofacial surgery is the specialty of dentistry which includes the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries involving the function and esthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial regions.
a dental specialty limited to the surgical removal of teeth and the treatment of disease, deformities, and defects of the jaws and associated structures.
The speciality of dentistry concerned with surgical procedures in and about the mouth and jaws
The removal of teeth and the repair and treatment of other oral problems, such as tumors and fractures periodontist Advanced gum disease; inflammation of gum tissue, which causes bone loss resulting in tooth loss if, untreated.
A dental procedure classified under a schedule of oro-surgical operations published by an insurer (i.e.: those covered by the policy). These procedures refer to specific procedures relating to teeth, jaws and other parts of the mouth or face. Should not be confused with routine dentistry, which is not normally covered by PMI.
That part of dentistry comprising the diagnosis and surgical treatment of diseases of the oral cavity and jaws.
Surgery of the mouth.
Oral Surgery is a recognized international training course in specialised Dentistry, which requires a minimum length of formation of 3 years in the European Union.