Patient Information Leaflets
Apicectomy (March 21) View online
Apicectomy is a minor surgical procedure where the apical part of a tooth root is removed and curettage of the tissues around the apex of the root is carried out in order to remove any infected tissue that lies around the apex of the root of the tooth
Apicectomy diagrams (March 21) View online
Diagrams showing Apicectomy procedure
Biopsy – (March 21) View online
Bone Grafting – (March 21) View online
Conscious Sedation – (November 19) View online
Coronectomy – (November 19) View online
Dental Implants – (March 21) View online
Exposing Unerupted Canines – (March 21) View online
Indicator of Sedation Need (IOSN) View online
Anxiety Questionnaire. This tool has been developed to support clinical decision making and also to identify the need of sedation in a population for those planning appropriate dental sedation services.
Mouth Cancer Diagnosis and Prevention (March 21) View online
Joint statement from the British Society for Oral Medicine (BSOM) and Cancer Research UK (CRUK) With the Chief Dental Officers of England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland; the Royal Colleges Dental Faculty Deans in England, Edinburgh and Glasgow; the British Dental Association (BDA); the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF); the British Society for Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology (BSOMP), the British Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons (BAOMS), the British Association of Oral Surgeons (BAOS), and the Association of British Academic Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons (ABAOMS).
Mouth Cancer (March 21) – View online
Mouth Ulcers (March 21) – View online
MRONJ – View online
Oral Antral Communication – (March 21) View online
Oral Surgery for Children View online
This is an information leaflet for the parents of children having Oral Surgery in hospital.
Oral Surgery (March 21) – View online
Post Operative mouth care – View online
Post-Operative Instructions Following Oral Surgery
Removal of Wisdom Teeth (March 21) View online
This information is for patients who may need to have an operation to remove their impacted wisdom teeth. It explains why they may need to be removed, what is involved any risks or complications that there may be.
Sedation for minor oral surgery – View online
Information on Sedation for minor oral surgery
Temporomandibular Joint Conditions – View online
Temporomandibular Jaw disorders (TMDs) refers to a group of disorders affecting the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), masticatory muscles and the associated structures.These disorders share the symptoms of pain, limited mouth opening and joint noises
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