Dental surgery Gdansk, Clinic | Prodent - Poland

Dental surgery Gdansk
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What is dental surgery?

Dental surgery deals with the invasive treatment of oral disorders. It includes measures such as tooth extractions, but that is not all – dental surgery also allows teeth to remain in the mouth as long as possible.

Surgical procedures at Prodent are completely painless

When preparing for surgical procedures, our specialists always take care of the patient’s comfort. The most commonly used anaesthetic for surgical treatment is local anaesthesia. Its effect makes it impossible to feel pain, and the only thing the patient will feel during any of the following procedures is the touch of the instruments used by the surgeon. For extremely sensitive patients, general anaesthesia may be used.

We offer our patients basic and specialised surgical procedures:

  • Extraction (removal of a tooth)
  • Removal of eights
  • Extraction of retained teeth
  • Root tip resection
  • Extension of the clinical crown
  • Gingivosteoplasty
  • Curettage
  • Incision of an abscess
  • Lip or tongue frenectomy
  • Closure of the oropharyngeal junction
  • Alveolar augmentation
  • Maxillary sinus lift

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Types of dental surgery procedures performed at the Prodent clinic:

Resection of the apex of the tooth root

It is a procedure involving the removal of the apex of the tooth root along with inflamed periapical tissues with retrograde filling of the canal with biologically active preparations (MTA, Biodentine).

When is it performed?

It is performed in the case of extensive inflammatory lesions, the healing of which is impossible after endodontic treatment and does not resolve after repeated treatment (reendo).

Transverse fracture of 1/3 of the root of the tooth (allows the tooth to conditionally remain in the alveolus as a result of a fracture, which if left untreated would condemn the tooth to extraction).


It is a surgical procedure to remove the buds of eighth molars that are in the developmental stage (these teeth do not have formed roots and the tooth crown is in the developmental stage).

When is it most often performed?

The germectomy procedure is part of the surgical preparation before the planned orthodontic treatment. Eighth molars are an element of the dentition that can often negate the effect of properly performed orthodontic treatment through the occurrence of secondary crowding. “Wisdom teeth” tend to position themselves in the dental arch in a way that causes pressure on the neighboring teeth, which consequently leads to tooth misalignment. It is recommended that the procedure be performed both prior to planned orthodontic treatment and to avoid misalignment of properly aligned teeth.

Augmentation of hard and soft tissues

Hard tissue (bone)augmentation is a highly specialized reconstructive surgery procedure that is part of the overall implantoprosthetic treatment. Augmentation is a procedure that allows reconstruction of bone tissue both vertically and laterally. Autogenous grafts (the patient’s own bone), biocompatible bone substitute materials are used. The restoration of bony conditions is often a necessary procedure for further implantoprosthetic treatment and, consequently, the restoration of missing teeth.

Soft tissue augmentation (gingiva) – is a highly specialized procedure of tissue reconstructive surgery, which is part of the overall implantoprosthetic treatment. The restoration of normal gingival conditions is as important as an adequate amount of bone. The presence of an adequate amount of keratinized gingiva is often the decisive element for long-term implant retention. At our clinic, we perform soft tissue grafting procedures to ensure an uninterrupted osteointegration process after implant procedures.

Maxillary sinus floor lift (sinus lift)

The procedure is a preparatory element for implant-prosthetic treatment. It is performed when the amount of bone in the jaw is insufficient to place implants in it (in the section covering premolars and molars). It involves making a window in the bone, allowing access to the sinus mucosa, lifting it and filling it with bone substitute. It is a highly specialized surgical procedure to restore missing teeth in lateral sections of the jaw.

Extractions of retained eighth molars

It involves the removal of a tooth completely or partially retained in the bone. Partially retained eighth molar teeth, having contact with the oral environment, are prone to the occurrence of recurrent periapical infections that are a source of intense pain. It is performed for preventive or therapeutic indications.

When performing surgical procedures at Prodent Clinic, we rely on the latest surgical techniques using innovative equipment. Procedures performed in the field of dental surgery are performed by doctors with the most up-to-date medical knowledge. All procedures are performed painlessly, under local anesthesia.