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Dental Surgery

Within the field of dental-surgical measures, the specialization of oral and maxillofacial surgery includes all surgical interventions related to the teeth. These include, among other things, the surgical removal of wisdom teeth or the preservation of teeth by means of surgical interventions. An oral and maxillofacial surgeon should be consulted if the surgery is deemed challenging or has individual risks.

This also includes risk factors that are caused by certain diseases, such as cardiovascular diseases or metabolic disorders, and which can possibly impair a safe operation and healing process. The extensive training in both dentistry and medicine enables the oral and maxillofacial surgeon to deal competently with these aspects and to minimize potential complications.

Wisdom teeth and impacted teeth

Not only problematic wisdom teeth, but also other teeth that are in unfavorable positions can be surgically removed. It is essential that surrounding structures such as nerves are carefully protected. In rare situations, a volumetric tomography (DVT) may be required to determine the precise position of the teeth and thus prevent any interference with adjacent structures.

Surgical tooth restoration

In the context of a precise diagnosis (inflamed teeth) or in advance of planned, medically necessary therapies such as head and neck radiation, heart valve implantations or chemotherapy, surgical dental rehabilitation is essential to treat inflamed teeth and prevent potential later complications. This measure ensures the best possible conditions for the success of the therapy. If you have any further questions on this topic, I would be happy to talk to you over the phone in a collegial discussion.


In some cases, inflammatory processes in the area of the root tips (granuloma, cyst) have to be treated in order to save the affected tooth. The tip of the root is removed and the root of the tooth is sealed retrograde (backwards). With the help of a specialized and particularly gentle ultrasonic treatment of the lower section of the root canal (piezo) and subsequent root filling, a long-lasting result can be achieved in most situations. If, despite this, inflammatory processes continue to occur, the root tip resection can be repeated or the tooth can be removed and, if necessary, replaced. See the Implantology section for more information.


Depending on your needs, our procedures are performed under local anesthesia, twilight sleep or general anesthesia.

Are you interested in an individual consultation? Our practice team is at your disposal for a detailed discussion of your request. We take the time to answer your questions and explain the best possible treatment option to you.

Please contact us here:

+49 (0) 30 236 258 991


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