Peter Bujtar


Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Specialist and Oral Surgeon Specialist

Qualifications: DMD, MD, MSc (bio med eng), PhD, FEBOMFS, PgDip(imp dent), PgCert(res dent)

GDC: 188 964 / GMC: 7069 708

Peter is on the GDC and GMC specialists list.

He has extensive experience in oral surgery, implant surgery and reconstructions, including their engineering aspects. Peter has over 18 years of experience in placing and restoring premium brand implants with excellent success. Recently, his concentration has been on outpatient clinics and providing oral surgery, implant and pre-implant surgery at multiple sites. Peter is also keen to involve colleagues in the planning process and the restoration of implants.

Peter is a medical doctor and a dentist; he undertook a bioengineering programme and obtained an academic degree (PhD) in mandible surgery/reconstruction and CT quality assessment, including the mechanics of titanium implants and bone.

His training involved education in Budapest at the Semmelweis University, Freiburg in Germany, Montpellier in France and Oslo in Norway. More recently, Peter has undertaken further training in the UK over the last ten years with many prestigious institutes, regional centres and supra-regional fellowships.

Peter is a GDC-registered specialist oral/maxillofacial surgeon, a Fellow member of the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (BAOMS) and an active Fellow member of the European Association for Cranio Maxillo Facial Surgery (EACFMS).

Peter Bujtar Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Specialist and Oral Surgeon Specialist

Dr Peter Bujtar Cases

Case 1 – Apical Surgery

Patient with a significantly restored dentition, has been referred with non resolving buccal sinus in the upper left vestibulum. The investigations indicated a lesion with UL3/UL4 area.  Root canal and reroot treatment was carried out by specialist endodontist.

Peter Bujtar Case 1 Apical Surgery

The small Xrays do indicate well the dark lesion, suspected of dental origin with the high standard root fillings, obturation. Two roots were involved, the canine and the palatal root of the premolar.

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Removal of the lesion, resection, obturation and fair sized defect was reconstructed also.
Following good recovery the patient will be followed up.

Case by: Dr Peter Bujtar – Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Specialist and Oral Surgeon Specialist

Case 2 – Sinus lift and implant

Patient has lost UL5&6 many years ago and requested replacement: Initially symptomatic sinus was found and following careful considerations the lateral window sinus floor elevation (LSFE) took place.

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The small Xray and CT scan do indicate good healing and subsequent implant placement and restoration took place. Each steps of the procedures carried out Mr Peter Bujtar, me.

12 month review

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24 month review

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The before and after pictures demonstrated the desired outcome. In the meantime the opposite tooth has also received further treatment. The interval small Xray over 12 months demonstrates stable conditions.

Case 3 – Cyst removal

Patient referred following multiple implant placed elsewhere for dealing with the mandibular lesion with the lower jaw nerve crossing this. Due to the presence of retained roots, dental origin was suspected and multiple options including referral has been offered. The patient offered for surgery and a cyst of dental origin was confirmed.

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Uneventful recovery was observed, with follow ups in place assuring full recovery. The surgery was carried out by Mr Peter Bujtar, Maxillofacial and Oral surgeon, specialist.

Case 4 – Impacted canine removal

The practitioner, Dr Michael Platten, of an approximately 30-year-old patient, prior to orthodontic treatment, requested the s removal of the impacted upper left canine due to interference with the proposed treatment plan. Resorption of the adjacent tooth, as concerning feature, was identified and the surgical removal was agreed.

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The small Xrays are indicating the situation prior to and after the surgical removal of the impacted canine tooth.

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Prior to orthodontic treatment, the orthodontist specialist, Dr Simon Wardle, has requested the exposure and gold chain attachment to the impacted canine. The upper occlusal Xray is indicating the canine without the gold chain attached.

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The treatment has commenced and the small appliance, gold chain is well visible with the upper left canine. The treatment has been carried out subsequently by Dr Jaina Shah with special interest in orthodontics.

Case 5 – Canine exposure for ortho

Specialist orthodontist referred the patient in his 40s for the exposure of the palatally placed, unerupted and impacted canines. The request also noted, the gold chains to be attached by the orthodontist, which was appreciated. Although, it would have been an option to have the appliances placed at the time of canine exposure, this has been coordinated with the orthodontist colleague, Dr Kornel Csongrady.

The full mouth Xray indicated the upper impacted canines with an impacted lower right wisdom tooth also.

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Following initial healing period exposed canines are well visible at the time the patient attended the orthodontists practice.

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The orthodontic appliance is visible with the small brackets on the exposed canines attached to the orthodontic arch wires by the orthodontists specialist.

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Case 6 – Full upper implant retained denture

The patient presented with ill fit upper denture with compromised lower dentition. The patient wish was/is to address the tilted bite and being unable to enjoy food due to palatal coverage and mobile denture:

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The patient following implant placement and sinus lifts received a fixed restoration, over the healing period, to be followed by the final construct.

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The pre-implant stages, planning, implant and lateral window sinus lifts as well as the restorations were carried out by me, Mr Peter Bujtar, specialist Maxillofacial and Oral surgeon.

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Case 7 – Sinus graft and implant

Patient presented with missing upper right molars with reduced bone height considering implant replacement of the missing teeth:

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Full mouth Xray demonstrating the sinus graft in place:

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Case 8 – Root amputation

The patient was referred by an endodontist specialist considering the endo-perio disease associated with the disto-buccal root of this upper molar exclusively, while the other root were sound. The decision was made to carry out resection of this the root and stabilize to stabilize tooth via this approach.

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Case 9 – Wisdom tooth removal

The pre, intra and post operative x-rays are visible here. The procedure was carried out by Mr Peter Bujtar, Maxillofacial and Oral surgeon specialist.

Patient presented from the orthodontist, with the complaint of food packing and discomfort from some of her wisdom tooth/teeth. Following options and alternative providers considered the patient has decided to have some of the wisdom teeth remove with me, Mr Peter Bujtar, specialist maxillofacial and oral surgeon. The root apex of the lower impacted tooth on the left is in close proximity (about 1mm) to the lower lip and chin nerve.

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Under local anaesthesia both lower and the upper right 8 has been removed. Subsequently, the patient returned making an enquiry to have the upper left 8 also removed. The full mouth Xray is indicating the good haling of the lower jaw some times after the removal of the wisdom teeth.