What Is Oral , Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery?
Soft tissue within the oral cavity (cheek, palate, tongue, lips) and hard tissue (teeth, bones) of any condition of interest diagnosis and surgery under local anesthesia, general anesthesia or under sedation anesthesia in the operating room environment by performing operations that performs a part.
How is intra-oral surgery performed?
Oral surgery is performed in operating room conditions and in a sterile environment by people who are experts on this subject. Intra-oral surgery, which is usually performed with local anesthesia, that is, by injecting the relevant area, can sometimes be performed with general anesthesia (narcosis) or sedation method for the patients.
What should be considered after surgery?
After tooth extraction high fever, non-stop bleeding, painful swelling with redness and bad odor complaint if you have blood mixed with saliva 4-5 days after a tooth extraction, swelling and difficulty in opening the mouth, if still persists, contact your doctor immediately
What is general anesthesia (narcosis) and sedation?
General anesthesia is the type of anesthesia in which a state of narcosis is provided by giving the patient intravenous drugs and tranquilizer gas. It is often preferred in patients with fear and anxiety, in people with mental retardation and in cases where local anesthesia is not sufficient. Sedation is the anesthesia in which the patient is provided with only intravenous drugs to sleep on the data. Sedation has no drug effect; therefore, patients are also given local anesthesia to numb the area of surgery.