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Minimally-Invasive Oral Surgery

In certain clinical situations, such as for tooth extractions or mucogingival grafting, surgery is necessary.

Thanks to the minimally-invasive surgery technique, which was designed and developed by Dr. Mura throughout decades of work experience, we are able to offer very high-quality surgical methods, therefore, reducing stress and healing times for our patients.

Furthermore, the non-invasiveness and versatility of the technique allows us to adapt to the needs and sensitivities of each individual patient during surgery.

Scientific literature:

Immediate loading of tapered implants placed in postextraction sockets: retrospective analysis of the 5-year clinical outcome

Clinical and radiologic experience with moderately rough oxidized titanium implants: up to 10 years of retrospective follow-up

Immediate Loading of Conical Connection Implants: Up-to-2-Year Retrospective Clinical and Radiologic Study 

Immediate placement of tapered implants with a moderately rough anodized surface and smooth collar in fresh extraction sockets: A retrospective analysis with 10-year follow-up


  • Extractions are complicated by bony inclusion and the anatomical proximity of teeth to the maxillary sinus or to the inferior alveolar nerve, such as with impacted wisdom teeth.In these cases, a careful clinical assessment and a cone beam CT radiographic examination are required. A 3D projection shows us the exact position of the tooth in the bone, allowing us to accurately plan the surgical procedure. Studio Mura is equipped with a cone beam CT and has been a reference point for these procedures for many years.

  • Also called a “gummy smile”, it is a smile disharmony caused by a short lip that exposes the gums, making them appear too long compared to the teeth. This asymmetry compromises the aesthetics of a smile.

  • Yes. With careful surgical-aesthetic planning, a smile can become harmonious and pleasant.

  • By surgically harmonizing the gums and applying veneers to the teeth.

  • It is a branch of dentistry that deals with periodontal disease (periodontitis, or “pyorrhea”, and gingivitis). At Studio Mura, we are concerned with preventing periodontal disease in our patients. At Studio Mura, those who need treatment will find excellent professional oral hygiene techniques and gum grafting.

  • Periodontitis is caused by bacteria that colonize bacterial plaque and infiltrate the gum grooves around the base of the teeth, first creating inflammation, then a recession of the gum tissue and of the bone that supports the tooth, compromising its stability.

  • Initially, when it manifests with gum inflammation and bleeding, it is treated with professional oral hygiene sessions and homecare techniques to remove the bacterial plaque that causes periodontal disease (pyorrhea).

  • When necessary, we intervene surgically on the bone and on the gingival supporting tissues. Surgery aims at restoring compromised teeth and correcting tissue deficits (gingival grafts, bone regeneration).

  • When periodontitis (pyorrhea) has caused the tissue that supports the teeth, gums, and bone to recess, we cover exposed roots with gingival grafts, both to stop recession, as well as to protect the roots and eliminate root sensitivity.

  • It is the administration of medication that relaxes the patient by eliminating anxiety and fear while allowing the patient to maintain a conscious, cooperative state.

  • Our anesthesiologist, a medical specialist, visits the patient before sedation, assesses if the intervention is necessary, then monitors the patient during the procedure (monitoring oxygen saturation, heart rate, and blood pressure), and assists the patient before, during, and after sedation.

  • No, it is a safe and widely-used procedure.


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