Oral surgery

Tooth extraction: extractions are only done when the piece can no longer be preserved.

Gingivectomy: cutting the gum tissue for aesthetic reasons or to ease further treatments.

Fenestration: small surgery that allows access inside the palate for many different purposes, such as helping a non-erupted tooth to come out.

Crown lengthening: in order to restore a destroyed piece, sometimes we need to uncover it to have a broader support to ease any further conservative treatment.

Frenectomy: intervention of the labial and lingual frenulum.