Cystectomy in Israeli clinics
Cystectomy is a medical term in dentistry, denoting a type of surgical intervention when it is necessary to remove a cyst along with a fragment of a damaged tooth. The scope of this method is small, but it has a fairly radical character. Cystectomy is effective when the cyst has not reached a large size or there are no teeth in the area where it is located. If teeth are present, they remain intact, do not need prosthetics and implants.
In Israeli clinics, cystectomy is performed at a high professional level. Prices for diagnostics, surgery are quite acceptable. It is worth noting that many foreign citizens choose treatment in Israeli clinics because of the high professionalism of a medical professional and affordable pricing. The cost of services and, in particular, cystectomy, is much more affordable here than the prices of services of clinics in other developed countries, such as America, Germany, Great Britain, etc. The cost of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures can be found in advance on the websites of the clinics or during an online consultation with a doctor.
When is a cystectomy needed?
In Israeli clinics, methods of hardware dental diagnostics are actively used to determine whether a patient needs a cystectomy. On the first day of the patient's admission to a medical institution, he is examined by a doctor who, at his own discretion, may prescribe the following diagnostic procedures:
- sighted x-ray of the dentition;
- CT is a three-dimensional study that provides a detailed picture of the dentition and its problems.
All diagnostics are carried out during days, after which a council of doctors develops a therapy plan. At this stage, the patient is consulted, informed that a cystectomy will be performed, what is its purpose, and effectiveness. The patient pays the costs of diagnostic procedures in the course of their passage. The full cost of treatment is determined after the development of the plan.
How is cystectomy performed in Israeli clinics?
Cystectomy is a simple operation that is performed on the upper or lower jaw. During the intervention, the cyst is completely removed, and the cavity in which it was located is filled with a bone-substituting preparation. Often, the operation is accompanied by excision of the tops of the roots of the teeth, which contributes to the fastest recovery. Surgical intervention takes place, as a rule, under local anesthesia.
After the operation has been performed, the patient is prescribed anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, painkillers. The stitches are removed two weeks after the operation.