Services - Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is a specialized branch of dentistry that focuses on surgical procedures involving the mouth, jaw, face, and neck. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are trained to perform a wide range of surgical interventions, including tooth extractions, jaw surgeries, facial trauma repair, corrective jaw surgeries (orthognathic surgery), and the removal of tumors or cysts. They often collaborate with other medical professionals to address complex issues related to the oral and facial regions.

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - Wisdom Teeth And Diseased Tooth Surgical Extractions

Wisdom Teeth And Diseased Tooth Surgical Extractions

Surgical tooth extraction with specialized team, modern equipment. Careful procedure for patient comfort, safety. Wisdom teeth, impacted/damaged teeth removed when repair is not possible or causing issues. Consult dentist at B CLINIC for evaluation, optimal option.

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - Corrective Jaw Surgeries

Corrective Jaw Surgeries

Embark on a transformational journey with surgery to correct jaw and tooth imbalance and improve tooth positioning and irregular bite.

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - Dental Trauma

Dental Trauma

Treatment of dental accidents includes restoration of damaged teeth, repair of fractures, and implantation of missing teeth. To restore the function and aesthetics of damaged teeth.

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a surgical procedure to replace missing teeth with artificial teeth. Titanium implants are placed in the jaw to stabilize artificial teeth. .

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - Bone Grafting

Bone Grafting

Bone implants are a surgical procedure to replace lost bone in the jaws to improve bone growth and stability of implanted teeth.

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - Screening Of Oral Cancers

Screening Of Oral Cancers

The initial screening for oral cancer detects suspicious signs.

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - TMJ Disorder Treatment: Surgical & Non-Surgical

TMJ Disorder Treatment: Surgical & Non-Surgical

Treatment for TMJ disorders aims to relieve pain and improve joint function Enjoy comprehensive care for temporomandibular joint disorders using therapeutic methods, whether surgical or non-surgical. Non-surgical treatment includes relaxation techniques, muscle exercises, and drug therapy. Surgical treatment includes correcting structural deformities and repairing damaged tissue.

BClinic - Dental Clinic - Services - Dental Surgery With General Anesthesia

Dental Surgery With General Anesthesia

Surgical treatment in dentistry requires general anesthesia and aims to improve oral health. Consult one of our doctors for a personal evaluation and a suitable treatment plan with a specialized team and modern equipment.

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Treatment Before and After

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Treats a wide range of dental and facial conditions.

Enhances eating, speaking, and facial expressions.

Reduces chronic discomfort and acute pain

Reconstructs facial features after injury or disease

Utilizes the latest surgical methods and technology.

Improves appearance and confidence with cosmetic corrections.


Most Frequently Asked Questions

Most oral and maxillofacial surgical procedures are performed under local or general anesthesia, so the patient does not feel any pain during the procedure. After the surgery, patients may experience some discomfort, swelling, or pain, but this can typically be managed with pain medication prescribed by our surgeon.
Some of the common reasons for oral and maxillofacial surgery are: impacted wisdom teeth, missing or damaged teeth that require dental implants, jaw misalignment that causes bite problems or facial deformity, facial injuries or fractures, oral cancer or other benign or malignant tumors, cysts or infections of the mouth or jaws, and congenital or acquired defects of the face or jaws.
Depending on the type and extent of the surgery, the preparation may vary. However, some general guidelines are: follow the instructions of your surgeon regarding fasting, medications, and oral hygiene, arrange for someone to drive you to and from the surgery and stay with you for the first 24 hours, wear comfortable and loose clothing, and avoid smoking, alcohol, and recreational drugs before and after the surgery.
The recovery process after oral and maxillofacial surgery depends on the type and complexity of the surgery, the patient's health and age, and the surgeon's instructions. However, some common post-operative care tips are: apply ice packs to the surgical site to reduce swelling and pain, take the prescribed painkillers and antibiotics as directed, eat soft and nutritious foods and drink plenty of fluids, avoid hot, spicy, acidic, or crunchy foods, avoid using a straw, smoking, or rinsing vigorously, keep your head elevated when sleeping, and follow up with your surgeon as scheduled.
Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a specialty in dentistry that focuses on the surgical treatment of conditions, diseases, and injuries affecting the mouth, teeth, jaws, and face. This type of surgery is performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, who is a dental specialist with additional training and expertise in surgical procedures.

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