Contemporary dentistry, by using adequate surgical procedures and local anaesthesia, enables painless oral and surgical procedures with minimal trauma to the surrounding tissue and rare post-operative complications.

Tooth extraction

This surgical procedure means absolutely painless extraction of a tooth from dental alveolus. Apart from routine tooth extraction sometimes it is necessary to surgically extract teeth and impacted wisdom teeth.

Apicoectomy (root resection)

Apicoectomy is a surgical procedure of removing the apical part of the root together with the infection on it. The procedure means mandatory treatment of root canal, from where the infection spread to the apical part of a tooth.


Frenectomy is a routine procedure undertaken in cases of high frenum attachment to gums, in order to prevent gum recession and periodontology in the area of attachment, as well as pre-prosthetic preparation for patients without front teeth who wear total or partial dentures.


Gingivectomy is a surgical procedure mostly used in treating periodontology. During the procedure it is often necessary to embed synthetic bone in order to fill in defects occurred as a result of infection.

Ridge levelling

Ridge levelling is a pre-prosthetic surgical procedure where edentulous jaw ridge is levelled down to uniform height. This is mostly done with patients who need to wear some sort of prosthesis.