Address intricate issues to enhance both aesthetics and well-being


Treat the mouth through interventions aimed at either the extraction of compromised teeth or the resolution of infectious and functional problems.


Under anesthesia, the tissues are incised to move the gum tissue and facilitate extraction maneuvers or to access the areas to be treated.


Depending on the initial condition, it can have numerous benefits, such as reducing pain, restoring chewing ability and correcting aesthetic defects.


The time varies depending on the type of intervention. For complex and long operations it may be advisable to perform sedation with an anesthetist

NO, anesthesia is always performed which, during the operation, can be reinforced. The post-operative period is managed by pharmacological therapy.

A few days of rest is always recommended