The most well-known method of oral surgery is, for example, the removal of wisdom teeth, the removal of the tooth root or the inflammatory diseases of the jaw. In general, oral surgery is recommended when major changes in the mouth, such as cysts or lesions, occur - these interventions mostly require surgical precision.
Unfortunately, the tooth removal does not always mean simple tooth extraction. In complex problems, oral surgery may be required. For example, when the tooth is covered by gums or bones. As wisdom teeth evolve, it may not be able to overcome without intervention, if ignored, it can lead to serious problems over time. Often oral surgery is required to remove wisdom teeth.