A professional team of surgeons led by Dr. Kalmar Daniel has been performing the most complex surgical procedures in surgeries equipped according to the highest world standards for more than 15 years.
An apicoectomy is an oral surgical procedure that includes the removal of the tip of the tooth root, the most commonly affected by inflammation. It enables the preservation of teeth that could otherwise not be cured with endodontic therapy, and which would have to be removed.
A hemisection is an oral surgical procedure in which one of the roots of a multi-rooted tooth that cannot be treated is removed, in order to save the remaining part of the tooth that later serves as a carrier for the future crown or bridge.
Gingivoplasty is a surgical technique to shape the gum line, in which we add or remove soft tissue, in order to make the tooth look as natural as possible. The procedure can be made for aesthetic reasons, or to correct a variety of asymmetries.
An alveotomy is a surgical procedure in which part of the bone structure around a tooth is removed in order to either free up space for the tooth to erupt or the tooth to be extracted more easily. By this name we usually mean complicated wisdom tooth extraction.
A corticotomy is a procedure that includes the removal of the bone covering of the tooth, in order to facilitate its eruption or orthodontic extraction.
A frenulotomy is a procedure, which includes the removal of the frenulum, or the fold that is a normal structure in the oral cavity. It is performed when this fold has a grip directly between the teeth (causing the teeth to move and separate), or if it interferes with the aesthetics of the smile.
A cystectomy is a routine procedure to remove cysts or cystic formations from the bone. It is necessary to remove them as they destroy bone tissue with their growth and can be the cause of bone and tooth decay.