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Dr. Daniel Brunner provides cavitation surgery using natural and biocompatible materials that will help you regain full oral health and avoid additional problems. We are committed to providing reliable, aesthetic and long-lasting results.
Your treatment is designed to promote your whole-body health as well as your oral health.
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How cavitation surgery can benefit you
Dr. Brunner is dedicated to providing you with the healthiest, most cutting-edge and comfortable care. With over 20 years of experience in the dental field, he is your expert in biological oral surgery.
Dental cavitations are holes or lesions in your supporting bone and if untreated, lead to a wide range of oral health problems. Our skilled oral surgeon and team provide cavitation surgery to remove infected tissue and facilitate the healing process so that you can regain your health and oral function. Your cavitation surgery will be carefully designed to meet your unique needs and give you the best possible results for your oral and overall well-being.
We use biocompatible materials to promote the healing process.
Your treatment and final result are designed to last a lifetime.
A focus on natural techniques helps restore full-body health.
A dental cavitation is a hole in the bone tissue. It usually occurs at the site of tooth extractions and is most common in the area of the wisdom teeth. Cavitations occur when a tooth is removed but part of the membrane is left behind. Cavitation lesions are also caused by a lack of proper blood flow into the area.
How does a cavitation affect my health?
Cavitations will eventually cause your bone tissue to die. The cavitation contains a number of harmful factors, including dead bone tissue, bacteria, viruses and fungi, and over time the site may become a breeding ground for bacteria and toxins which contribute to systemic health issues such as digestive problems, infection and chronic fatigue.
Implants never develop decay.
Dental implants are a prosthetic tooth replacement, meaning that they will never develop tooth decay or other problems that natural teeth may experience. When properly cared for with good oral hygiene and regular preventive care your dental implants will last a lifetime.
What are the symptoms of a cavitation?
Cavitations cause a number of serious health problems as well as some oral issues. Some common symptoms of cavitations include:
- Facial pain
- Phantom toothaches
- Headaches and migraines
- Swelling or inflammation
- Pimples in the gums created by prolonged infection
- Pain in the jaw, ear or forehead
- A lack of pain or sensation in teeth which have been treated with root canals
How do cavitations impact my overall health?
While there are some potential symptoms of cavitations, there may also not be any noticeable warning signs of this condition. Cavitations may not always trigger pain or swelling, but they do usually cause systemic health problems that are not obviously linked to cavitations. These problems include:
- Digestive problems
- Breast pain
- Thyroid issues
- Heart issues
- Chronic fatigue
- General feelings of malaise
- Non-healing bone
How are cavitations diagnosed?
Dr. Brunner diagnoses cavitations using advanced diagnostic techniques. Standard X-rays provide limited information and are not likely to show problems until significant areas of bone tissue have been altered. Here at Brunner BioHealth, diagnosis of cavitations involves physical examination, evaluation of your dental history, discussion of your symptoms and a detailed scan using advanced imaging technology.
How are cavitations treated?
Cavitation surgery involves making a small incision in the gums and then removing infected tissue. This procedure is often performed with dental lasers, which allow our oral surgeon greater precision as well as killing the harmful bacteria in the treatment area. Therapies such as ozone treatment may also be used to further reduce bacteria and promote more rapid healing and recovery following your procedure.
Give us a call at 770-321-0257 today to make your appointment with Dr. Brunner and learn how cavitation surgery in Marietta, Georgia, can benefit you!