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    Painless oral surgery abroad, in Hungary

    Due to the state-of-the art surgery rooms and appliances at MDental Clinic Hungary, our professional surgeons ensure 100% painless oral surgical treatments. At our clinic we offer a full range of surgical treatments from simple tooth extractions through dental implantation to bone augmentation and sinus lift.

    Tooth extraction

    Untreated decayed teeth and the illness of their environment can often lead to the removal of the teeth. After having made sure that the broken or damaged tooth cannot be fixed with a crown, a filling or any other preservative dental treatment, the extraction is performed. Since it is a relatively simple procedure, it is carried out under local anaesthesia, in the case of teeth that are visible over the gum line.  The dentist loosens the tooth with a dental instrument and smoothly removes it.

    In certain cases, however, it is not possible to remove a tooth by a simple extraction: for example, if there is extreme decay, when the tooth can easily snap, or when the tooth has a strongly curved root or diverging roots. A more complex procedure, the so-called surgical extraction is needed if the tooth has broken off at the gum line or has not erupted in the mouth at all. The oral surgeon needs to make a small incision in order to be able to remove the broken tooth.

    Wisdom teeth, on the other hand, represent an exceptional case if they are impacted and need to be treated with special care.

    Bone grafting

    When teeth are lost and years go by without replacing them, the gum and bone in place of the missing teeth recess naturally over time, therefore it is important to place dental implants very soon after the extraction.

    In case of bone loss, i.e. if there is not enough quality and quantity of bone, bone grafting – also referred to as bone augmentation or bone replacement – is necessary. This means using some graft material before replacing the teeth by implants.

    Watch our video on bone grafting:

    Provided by Geistlich Biomaterials

    In almost all cases a so-called resorbable membrane is necessary to cover the bone graft in order to achieve the finest bone and tissue regeneration.

    The bone graft material integrates with its surrounding area and becomes part of the body in 6-8 months.

    Bone grafting is performed under local anaesthesia and completely painless.

    Bone before and after bone grafting

    Bone before and after bone grafting

    Is bone graft material safe and reliable?

    At our clinic we use premium quality, resorable AlphaBio graft material that is very similar to human bone, ensuring excellent integration, bone formation and volume. It is 100% biocompatible and non-toxic, i.e. do not cause harm to the body in any way or does not trigger any tissue reactions.

    Sinus lift

    Watch our video on sinus lift:

    Provided by Geistlich Biomaterials

    When there is insufficient bone mass in the maxillary (upper jaw) our oral surgeons add bone grafting material to the upper jaw in the area of molars and premolars, between the upper jaw and the maxillary sinuses, which are on either sides of the nose. To make room for the bone, the sinus membrane has to be moved upward, or “lifted.” This procedure, called sinus lift, has been performed successfully for over two decades now and is considered an accepted and predictable method of bone grafting.

    Dental implantation

    Placing dental implants is the main profile of our dental clinic in Budapest, Hungary. We firmly believe that this type of tooth replacement option is the most solid, durable and stable solution.

    It is an artificial tooth root, anchored to a pre-drilled hole in the jaw-bone to hold a crown, bridge or full bridge or denture on implants (overdenture) in place. Dental implants are made of titanium, a material that is well tolerated (biocompatible) by the human body and easily integrates (osseintegration) with bone tissue.

    To read more, please consult our page dedicated to the presentation of dental implants in detail here.

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