A range of oral procedures can be undertaken at Canberra Surgicentre under local anaesthetic or general anaesthetic.
Wisdom teeth can become problematic when they are impacted, decayed or partially erupted, requiring surgical extraction.
Dental implants can be placed as a permanent replacement for missing teeth providing a more permanent solution than dentures.
TMJ dysfunction is a common cause of orofacial pain. It can often be treated conservatively, but sometimes requires surgery.
Arthrocentesis may be utilised as a surgical intervention to treat TMJ dysfunction if conservative treatment is unsuitable.
Apicectomy is a procedure in which a portion of the root of a tooth is removed either under sedation or local anaesthetic.
Removal of cysts of the jaw can be undertaken to avoid damage to teeth and often only require minor surgical intervention.
A biopsy is a sample of the hard and soft tissues of the mouth, which your surgeon can send for histopathological diagnosis.
These procedures relate to the jaw, face, skull and associated structures.
Orthognathic surgery is performed to correct jaw position for improving functionality, sleep apnoea and facial aesthetics.