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Minor Oral Surgery

Minor oral surgery refers to a surgical procedure that is performed in the mouth, usually under local anesthesia, to address a range of dental or oral conditions. The treatment can be performed by a dentist or an oral surgeon, depending on the complexity of the procedure.

Minor oral surgery may involve the removal of a tooth, especially if it is decayed, infected, impacted, or causing overcrowding. The procedure may also involve the removal of wisdom teeth, which can cause pain and discomfort if they do not grow properly.

Other common minor oral surgeries include the removal of small cysts or tumors, biopsies, gum surgeries to treat periodontal disease, and the placement of dental implants.

Minor Oral Surgery