Your dentist Dr. Maximilian Blume has been awarded the title of Specialist Dentist for Oral Surgery by the Landeszahnärztekammer Hessen after several years of further training at the Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the University Hospital Frankfurt. Due to this comprehensive training he can offer you the entire treatment spectrum of oral surgery at the highest level and the most modern level of knowledge.
One of the most frequent treatments of an oral surgeon is the surgical removal of wisdom teeth. State-of-the-art and precise diagnostic procedures and sensitive and gentle treatment ensure that the removal of a wisdom tooth is a painless and stress-free experience for you. Even displaced teeth can be safely and painlessly removed by surgery.
Dr. Blume and his team will also be at your side in the event of accidents in the jaw area. Unfortunately, accidents often result in injuries in the jaw area. Besides a loosening of the teeth or loss of teeth, this can also lead to soft tissue injuries or bone loss. These injuries as well as possible long-term consequences can be treated gently and precisely in our practice so that your oral health is restored as quickly as possible.
The oral surgical branch of implantology is closely related to this. In the event of tooth loss, a high-quality dental implant can represent an optimal dental prosthesis that enables you to achieve aesthetics and functionality almost as with your natural teeth. Here we rely on the one hand on the use of the latest digital diagnostic methods (DVT, OPG, digital planning), and on the other hand on close cooperation with regional master laboratories, which produce precisely fitting and high-quality dental prostheses for you.
In cases where there is not enough healthy jaw bone available for an implant, surgical bone augmentation may also be necessary. The patient’s own bone tissue or bone replacement material is placed in, on or on the lost jawbone so that all the prerequisites for a long-lasting dental implant are soon met.
Another branch of oral surgery therapy is surgical endodontics or root tip resection. This is used when revision treatment has not been successful, for example due to complex anatomical conditions or a damaged surface of the tooth root. Microsurgical root tip resection is the last option for tooth preservation and fortunately only necessary in rare cases.
Surgical treatment of periodontitis is also one of the fields of application of oral surgery. This is necessary for very deep gum pockets for which conventional hygiene and treatment measures are no longer sufficient. For this purpose, the affected areas are surgically opened so that the periodontitis treatment can be carried out precisely under sight.
Chronic periodontitis can also be the cause of progressive gingival recession. However, this can also occur age-related and non-inflammatory. In both cases, surgical treatment can be useful if exposed tooth necks cause tooth sensitivity. A gum transplant can help in this case. We will be happy to explain the various methods to you in a personal consultation.
Finally, the treatment of cysts and smaller tumours is a special area of oral surgery. Regardless of whether it is a cyst (a cavity filled with fluid) or a tumour (benign or malignant growths, usually in the skin in the jaw area), these should be treated as quickly as possible. A surgical procedure to remove such tissue changes can prevent possible consequences such as the loosening of teeth, poor wound healing and a tendency to bleed or pain. Contact us with confidence.
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