01633 258 385 67 Cardiff Road, Newport, Gwent, NP20 2EN

Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery
Oral surgery involves diagnosing and treating oral conditions that require surgical intervention of the hard and soft tissues within the oral cavity.

We offer a full range of minor oral surgery services at our practices, employing state-of-the-art technology (Lasers/Scanners/3D imaging) enabling us to diagnose and resolve a variety of conditions.

Our highly trained implant team are familiar with various advanced hard and soft tissue surgeries and are able to perform a variety of minor oral surgery procedures.

Services include:

  • Removal of diseased, impacted and malpositioned teeth/roots
  • Wisdom tooth removal
  • Apicectomies
  • A variety of minor soft tissue surgery including polyp removal
  • Re-contouring the gum tissue, improving smile aesthetics
  • Surgical treatment of periodontal (gum) disease
  • Small biopsies and organising pathological reports
  • Surgical placement of implants
  • Surgical treatment of diseased and malpositioned implants

By communicating with you comprehensively, beginning with your initial consultation, we will keep you informed throughout your treatment and aftercare.

Oral Cancer

The main risk factors in oral cancer are drinking alcohol and smoking or chewing tobacco. However, there is growing evidence that an increasing proportion of oral and oropharyngeal cancers are caused by the HPV (human papilloma virus). The development can be subtle, painless, and can be hard to detect because the symptoms and signs are not always obvious to the individual, or examining dentist/doctor. You should seek an opinion/examination from a Dentist/Doctor to evaluate any symptoms that you are concerned about, and certainly anything that persists for two or more weeks.

We will check your mouth at each examination visit for signs of disease, however if you have any concerns at any time please contact the surgery to arrange a consultation.

If your dentist discovers something suspicious in an area of your mouth, face, neck, or jaw that may have an underlying problem, you will be referred to the Maxillofacial unit at your local hospital for further investigation.

Please speak to reception for details if you would like to book a consultation or explore the services we provide.

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Our Practice Locations

9 Rhyd Y Penau RoadCyncoed, Cardiff, CF23 6PX 02920 761100

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2 Lianthewy RoadNewport, Gwent, NP20 4JR 01633 263653

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67 Cardiff RoadNewport, Gwent, NP20 2EN 01633 258385

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