Minor surgery

Minor surgery

Apical cystic surgery

In case the apex of the tooth is inflamed, the damage cannot be restored, the apical surgery will be the optimal solution to help preserve the real tooth. Applying new technology, performed with modern machines, Rang Ngoi Dental Clinic is a prestigious address that gives you safe and quick results with healthy and beautiful teeth.


What is apical surgery?

Apical surgery is a technique in which the doctor will remove the inflamed tooth apex and surrounding bone tissue to prevent bacteria from spreading further, which can lead to tooth loss and even risk. systemic infection.


– All cases of root cysts
– Cases of root canal treatment failure of any cause
– In case the root canal instrument or filling material is stuck, the customer will also be assigned to cut the tooth pin to handle.


– Patients with systemic diseases: cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, neuropsychiatric disease...
– Being in a special condition such as: pregnant, breastfeeding...
– Having an infection in the mouth.


Dental apex surgical procedure at Rang Ngoi Dental Clinic

Step 1: Check and determine the state of teeth

First, the doctor will conduct a general examination to determine the condition of the molars that the customer is experiencing. After that, you will be instructed to take X-ray films to check the most specific and accurate about the condition of your teeth, the position to be cut apex, the maxillofacial nerve system... From the results obtained, the doctor He will also make a plan for cutting apex and answer relevant questions for customers.

Step 2: Clean your teeth

Oral hygiene is a mandatory step before performing apical surgery. At this time, the dentists of Rang Ngoi will conduct thorough oral hygiene, remove food plaque, scrape and treat periodontal diseases if any to ensure there is no infection or infection. Cross-spread of dental pathology when performed.

Step 3: Carry out apical surgery under sterile conditions

Apical surgery is performed with a small incision in the gums, the doctor flips the flap and cuts 2-3 mm from the tip of the tooth. Then, the diseased tissue will be removed and a retrograde filling is performed in case the canal has not been completely obturated.

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