Oral, Dental, Maxillofacial Surgery and Implantology

What are the problems of oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery?

  • Removal of buried, partially buried or driven teeth (20 age teeth)
  • Medical and surgical treatment of infections in the mouth, jaw and face, cystic and tumoral formations, soft tissue diseases
  • Treatment of dental intraocular lesions (apical resection)
  • Treatment of fractures in the jaw and face (trauma)
  • Correction of soft tissue and hard tissues before dental prosthesis
  • Surgical correction of deformities causing esthetic and functional disorders in the mouth, chin and face region (orthognatic surgery)
  • Dental implant applications
  • Surgical correction of hard tissue (bone) and soft tissue deficiencies for dental implant applications

What is the role of anesthesia in surgery?

Local anesthesia is sufficient for most intra-oral surgery. Patients with dental phobia, nausea reflex and pediatric patients who cannot be treated under local anesthesia due to physical and mental disabilities may require intervention under general anesthesia or sedation. Such practices are also carried out in our clinic.

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