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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

No.Paid ServiceUnitPrice, BYRService Price, USD
3. Dental surgery (outpatient dental surgery) 
3.1. General surgical manipulations
3.1.1. Postoperative dressing manipulation 33,14 16,7
3.1.4. Change of intermaxillary elastics  manipulation 33,24 16,7
3.1.5. Change of intermaxillary fixation according to Rauer manipulation 49,79 25,1
3.1.6. Removal of one splint manipulation 41,43 20,9
3.1.7. Removal of sutures manipulation 33,13 16,7
3.1.8. Suturing manipulation 26,03 13,1
3.1.9. Application of one suture during surgery manipulation 8,35 4,2
3.1.10. Surgery for the removal of one single-rooted tooth with forceps surgery 51,72 26,1
3.1.14. Surgery for the removal of one multi-rooted tooth with forceps surgery 77,55 39,1
3.1.16. Surgery for the removal of one single-rooted tooth by hollowing and elevating a mucoperiosteal flap surgery 155,38 78,3
3.1.18. Surgery for the removal an impacted tooth surgery 155,38 78,3
3.1.21. Administration of a drug into a socket after a tooth extraction manipulation 13,25 6,7
3.1.32. Correction of alveolar ridge after a tooth extraction  surgery 103,72 52,3
3.2. Surgery before prosthodontics      
3.2.1. Removal of exostosis, osteophytes, and anatomical structures to facilitate dental prosthetics surgery 129,55 65,3
3.2.2. Removal of redundant alveolar mucosa (up to 5 cm) surgery 116,34 58,6
3.2.3. Plastic surgery for lengthening of the frenulum of the tongue or lip (according to Limberg) surgery 155,09 78,1
3.2.7. Two-stage implantation of one  endosseous implant (cylindrical,  screw, combined, blade). Implant insertion (first stage) surgery 181,17 91,3
3.2.8. Two-stage implantation of one  endosseous implant (cylindrical,  screw, combined, blade).  Placement of a healing abutment (second stage) surgery 77,59 39,1
3.2.11. Administration of osteoconductive drugs and placement of barrier membranes during  dental implantation surgery 148,74 74,9
3.2.14. Extension of the alveolar process using osteoconductive drugs surgery 232,52 117,1
3.2.15. Extension of the alveolar process using autogenous bone graft surgery 310,02 156,2
3.2.16. Elevation of sinus floor (indirect sinus lift) or piriform process floor  surgery 310,02 156,2
3.2.17.  Alveolar ridge augmentation in the sinus floor region. Sinus-lift surgery (direct) surgery 310,81 156,6
3.3. Surgery for the marginal periodontal diseases      
3.3.1. Cieszyński - Widman -Neumann flap surgery (for two teeth) surgery 155,54 78,4
3.3.2. Vestibuloplasty (indirect) according to Artyushkevich surgery 155,47 78,3
3.3.3. Vestibuloplasty (direct) surgery 155,18 78,2
3.3.4. Gingivectomy (two teeth) surgery 155,18 78,2
3.3.5. Gingivectomy (one tooth) surgery 77,68 39,1
3.3.6. Aseptic isolation dressing surgery 25,85 13,0
3.3.7. Use of osteoconductive materials during surgeries for marginal periodontium manipulation 49,59 25,0
3.4.1. Removal of a cyst from a single-rooted tooth without resection of the root tip surgery 103,97 52,4
3.4.2. Removal of a cyst from a multi-rooted tooth without resection of the root tip surgery 155,63 78,4
3.4.3. Resection of a root tip and retrograde root canal filling during surgery for the removal of a cyst surgery 103,97 52,4
3.4.4. Filling of the bone cavities with the osteogenesis stimulators manipulation 33,14 16,7
3.4.5. Removal of papillomas from the oral mucosa surgery 77,59 39,1
3.4.6. Removal of epulis of the alveolar process without defect replacement surgery 77,93 39,3
3.4.7. Removal of epulis of the alveolar process and replacement of the defect surgery 155,18 78,2
3.4.8. Removal of oral ranulas surgery 206,74 104,2
3.4.9. Removal of a retention cyst from minor salivary gland, mouth, lip surgery 155,09 78,1
3.4.10. Removal of atheroma surgery 155,11 78,1
3.4.11. Removal of lypoma (up to 3 cm in diameter) surgery 155,11 78,1
3.4.12. Removal of hemangioma from lips, oral mucosa, tongue (less than 1 cm in diameter) and defect replacement surgery 155,11 78,1
3.4.13. Removal of precancerous conditions from lips, oral mucosa, tongue, facial skin and defect replacement surgery 155,20 78,2
3.6. Other surgical manipulations      
3.6.8. Plastic surgery for removal of the perforation of the maxillary sinus surgery 155,09 78,1
3.6.9. Removal of scars from the soft tissues of the face and oral mucosa (up to 2 cm in length) surgery 142,29 71,7
3.6.10. Delayed primary suturing of wounds on the face surgery 77,71 39,1
3.6.11. Secondary suturing of wounds on the face surgery 103,55 52,2
3.6.12. Diagnostic block of branches of the trigeminal nerve surgery 103,55 52,2
3.6.13. Diagnostic puncture surgery 51,88 26,1
3.7. Reconstructive surgery for the upper and mid face (on the right) using fat and chondral grafts surgery 758,97 382,4
3.8. Osteotomy of the cheekbone and coronoid process of the mandible surgery 235,90 118,8
3.9. Reconstructive surgery for the zygomaticomaxillary complex surgery 167,04 84,2
3.10. Removal of the buccal mucosa surgery 63,00 31,7
3.11. Removal of miniplates from the lower jaw surgery 153,35 77,3
3.12. Bone marrow biopsy surgery 109,42 55,1
3.13. Radical surgery for the maxillary sinus surgery 242,81 122,3
3.14. Bimaxillary splinting  с н/челюстным  резиновым вытяжением surgery 215,72 108,7
3.15. Removal of a benign tumor from the parotid salivary gland and defect replacement using Smas flap surgery 715,64 360,5
3.16. Removal of the branchial cleft cyst surgery 283,40 142,8
If any medications or supplies are not included in the price, they are to be paid for separately.    

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