Periodontics

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Scaling and Root Planing
Scaling and root planing is the procedure to remove the caculus accumulated under the gum to stop the consequences of periodontal diseases
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Tartar removal in bags larger than 4mm
  • Scalings and root planing of roots
  • Surfaces polishing
All On 4 Implant Placement
All on 4 implant-supported dentures are the best solution for the edentulous patient. The patient must have good bone quality to be a candidate for this procedure. *It´s only placement of implants, does not include zirconium denture
  • Dental CBCT Tomography of the arch to be intervened
  • Intraoral scanning for surgical guide
  • Design and manufacture of surgical guide
  • Design and manufacture of temporary denture
  • (4) Attachments for temporary dentures
  • (4) Implant sleevs for surgical guide
  • (3) Fixation screws for surgical guide
  • (3) Sleeves for fixation screws for surgical guide
  • (4) Implants Straumann SLA Active
  • (4) Cover screws
  • Implants placement surgery
  • Testing and adjustment of temporary denture
Dental prophylaxis is indicated to remove bacterial dental plaque that cannot be removed during regular brushing.
Intravenous Sedation
Intravenous sedation is the best solution for those who are afraid of the dentist or for oral surgery. *Requires laboratory studies
  • General sedation for two hours
  • Requires a hematic biometry study
  • Requirements: patient fasting and accompanied
  • Vital signs monitoring
  • Oxygen supply
  • Intravenous cannulation
  • Medication supply
  • Post treatment recovery
Periodontal Assessment
During the periodontal assessment, the patient's sensitive data is taken in order to issue a diagnosis and a treatment plan to alleviate periodontal diseases.
  • Complete medical history
  • Taking intraoral photographs
  • Extraoral taking photographs
  • Periodontal Probing
  • Periapical X-rays
Fiberotomy
Fiberotomy is a surgical procedure that consists of removing the gingival fibers that join the tooth to the gum to reduce the chances of a tooth twisting back to its initial position after having been corrected at the end of orthodontic treatment, or having difficulty turning it during orthodontic treatment.
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Shedding of tooth fibers
  • Suture of the intervened area
Root Fragments Extraction
Root fragments extraction is a surgical procedure required due to root fragments are an infectious focus present in the mouth, they can cause various pathologies, so it is recommended extract them.
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Surgical incision
  • Flap lift
  • Extraction of radicular remains
  • Granulation tissue removal
  • Suture of the intervened area
Periodontal Diagnosis
During the periodontal diagnosis, the recommended treatment plan to treat periodontal disease is given and explained.
  • Diagnostic delivery
  • Treatment plan
  • Informed consents
  • Signature of privacy notices
  • Treatment acceptance signature
Supragingival Calculus Removal
Supragingival calculus removal or also know as deep dental cleaning is indicated to remove bacterial dental plaque that cannot be removed during regular brushing and/or prophylaxis. It is made whith a especial equipment to reduce pain and saline irrigation to reduce bleeding during the procedure, avoide or reduce problems related to periodontal disease.
  • Removal of superficial calculus from teeth
  • Polishing of dental surfaces
  • Instructions for use of attachments oral hygiene
Operculectomy
Operculectomy is the procedure of surgicaly removing the operculum or the flap of gum that partially covers over a tooth.
  • Surgery on molars in eruption
  • Local anesthesia
  • Insicion on the gum with dental laser
  • Closed whit sutures
Post-surgical Review
The post-surgical revision is carried out to evaluate the evolution of the surgery.
  • Surgery evolution
  • Suture removal (if applicable)
  • Chlorhexidine application
Bone Regularization
Bone regularization is a surgery that consist of eliminating irregularities in the alveolar none (protrusions or sharp ridges) that could make it diddicult to correctly support a dental prosthesis.
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Flap elevation
  • Alveolar ridge smoothing In preparation for total denture
  • Suture of the intervened area
Dental Implant Placement
Dental implant is the best solution when a tooth is missing, it returns the function an sthetics similar as the original tooth.
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Opening of the implant bed
  • Bone drilling with surgical guide
  • Dental implant placement with surgical guide
  • Suturing of the operated area

* You must have tomography and intraoral scanning.

** Pay in advance for the preparation of the surgical guide and order the materials to be supplied:

(1) Straumann BLX Implant (1) Closing cover screw (1) Surgical guide

Periodontal Review
During the periodontal examination, a periodontal probe is performed to verify the treatment plan.
  • Periodontal probing to verify treatment evolution
  • Adjustment of the treatment plan if required.
Root Coverage / Dermis Regeneration xTooth
Gingival recession is the exposure of the root surface causing hypersensitivity, root caries and aesthetics problems. Through root coverage surgery, the bare root of the teeth is covered again.
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Flap lift
  • Scaling and smoothing of tooth roots
  • Root detox with Prefgel
  • Dermis mucoderm placement and fixation
  • Displaced and sutured gingival tissue
Dental Implant Restoration
Dental implant is the best solution when a tooth is missing, it returns the function an sthetics similar as the original tooth.
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Opening of the gum and removal of the cover screw
  • Intraoral scanning with scanbody
  • Healing screw placement over dental implant
  • Diseño y fabricacion de corona de zirconio con pilar
  • Screw-retained crown placement
  • Occlusion tests and final adjustment
Materials to supply: (1) Healing screw (1) Zirconia crown (1) Variobase Abutment
Third Molar Extraction
The third molar or wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt in the back of the mouth, their location and position hinder or limit their hygiene, which is why cavities and pericoronitis are very frequent, causing annoying pain and bad odor, in some cases it is better to remove them by third molar extraction surgery.
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Surgery to remove third molar
  • Placement of hemostatic sponge
  • Suture of the intervened area
Root Coverage / Connective Tissue
Gingival recession is the exposure of the root surface causing hypersensitivity, root cariesand aesthetics problems. Trough root coverage surgery, the bare root of the teeth is covered again.
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Flap lift
  • Scaling and smoothing of tooth roots
  • Root detox with Prefgel
  • Taking connective tissue from the palate
  • Attachment and fixation of connective tissue
  • Displaced and sutured gingival tissue
Nitrous Oxide Conscious Sedation
Nitrous oxide conscious sedation is a technique in which by inhaling gases of nitrous oxide and oxygen, relaxation and a sensation of tranquility are obtained safely. In addition to the anxiolytic effect, nitrous oxide also has analgesic and sedative effects, while maintaining awareness and communication at all times during treatment. It is indicated in adult and children patients with anxiety or fear of the dentist.
  • Clinic history
  • Pulse and oxygen saturation monitoring before, during, and after sedation
  • Placement of disposable nasal mask
  • Conscious sedation by supply of N2O gas through the nose for 1.5 Hrs
  • Oxygen supply for 5 min to recover from sedation* Requires prior fasting of 8 hours ** Must not suffer from any respiratory disease
Simple Tooth Extraction
Tooth extraction applies to damaged teeth that cannot be repaired or are candidates for endodontics. * Does not apply to third molars ** There must be no infection
  • Application of local anesthesia
  • Tooth extraction
  • Placement of hemostatic sponge
  • Suture (if necessary)
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