Stomatology is the specialty dedicated to oral diseases.
It concerns the extraction of wisdom teeth; following infections and tooth pain, or simply after the end of orthodontic treatment, and limits the risk of recurrence of orthodontic treatment.
Ideally done before the age of 20, extraction of wisdom teeth helps prevent tooth infections and injuries associated with incomplete eruption of these teeth. The extraction of wisdom teeth is particularly recommended in the course of orthodontic care due to the lack of space and the potential risk of recurrence.
Extraction of wisdom teeth may be performed under local or general anaesthesia depending on the patient’s anxiety, anatomy and the position of the teeth involved.
Ideal means of attaching missing teeth to the bone, dental implants are usually put in place under local anaesthesia and are effective and long-lasting in allowing chewing.
Dental implants can fix or stabilize different dental prostheses, units with complete arches.
Advancing mandibular ortheses are an alternative to the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome usually treated with a continuous positive pressure mask.
Sometimes more comfortable, mandibular advance ortheses are reimbursed by the Health Insurance when the sleep specialist (pneumologist, neurologist, cardiologist, ENT) requests them (Prior Agreement Request).