Simple extractions. They are performed when a large part of the dental tissue is damaged and is no longer suitable for any restoration on it.
Complex extractions. A complex tooth extraction means that the affected tooth or teeth cannot be extracted using common methods.
Third molar extractions. Procedure to remove wisdom teeth that are not erupting properly. Phrenilectomy. It is a surgical procedure where the frenulum is removed, which may be affecting the dental or prosthetic position or the mobility of the tongue or lip.
Biopsies. It consists of taking a total or partial sample of suspicious tissue, to be examined under a microscope by a pathologist.