Oral surgery

I strive to save every tooth I encounter within my practice, but this is not always possible. Then, unfortunately, the tooth or its remainders have to be removed. Tooth extraction happens under local anaesthesia with a special anaesthetic system that has long been used in western Europe, and fortunately it has started to spread in Hungary as well. With its use, the anaesthetic solution can be given more delicately. The active ingredient in the anaesthesia is not the generally used Lidocaine, but Ultracaine, which has numerous advantages over Lidocaine. For example, the effect of Ultracaine is stronger than that of Lidocaine, and numbs sore tissues better. Ultracaine allergy is much less common than Lidocaine allergy, its toxicity is lower, and it does not penetrate the placenta, making it a safe choice for pregnant women also.

Tooth extraction

During the extraction of a tooth not only is pain relief of great importance, but the exposure of hard and soft tissues to the least amount of trauma possible as well. To these ends, special hoists are used at tooth and root extractions that spare the surrounding tissues more, facilitating the faster and better healing of the wound.


If a tooth is greatly eroded, deeply decayed, it often happens that the gum grows into the cavity of the decayed tooth. Then the removal of the ingrown part of the gum is necessary, which allows the tooth of such a bad condition to be saved.


Serious and painful inflammations of the tissues surrounding a tooth most commonly occur when the wisdom teeth are not able to break through the gum. If there is enough space for the tooth, and it is in a normal position, it can be saved, it only needs to be freed at its crown, and the surrounding gum has to be incised and removed. Therefore the inflammation of the tissues around the tooth will be terminated, and it can finally participate in chewing.