Maxillofacial surgery

Maxillofacial Surgery Recovery, Its Recovery and Cost

Oral-Maxillofacial surgery is unique in obtaining a dual qualification in dentistry and medicine. It is often seen as bridge between dentistry and medicine and also an internationally recognized surgical specialty. Keep reading to learn more information about maxillofacial surgery.

What is maxillofacial surgery?

Maxillofacial surgery is a surgical specialty in dentistry that mainly focuses on various problems around the mouth, neck and jaw. It also involves diagnosis, surgery and treatment of defects and injuries related to maxillofacial region of the face.

Maxillofacial surgeryHow the surgery is performed?

Treatments are based on cranio-maxillofacial complex including mouth, jaws and neck. Generally, the specialty surgeon uses intravenous sedation, local anesthesia or general anesthesia in an outpatient setting to remove the teeth and to do other procedures.

Experienced professional surgeons who are expertized in rehabilitation and reconstruction of maxillofacial region are involved in proper treatment of facial injuries. Facial injuries are generally classified into soft tissue injuries, bone injuries and injuries to special regions.

Soft tissue injuries are repaired by suturing where as other bone injuries are treated in a manner same as fractures to any parts of the body. Injuries to special parts are treated using splinting method which means bonding or wiring teeth together.

What are its Benefits?

  • For individuals with birth defects or deformities, a referral for maxillofacial surgery could be life changing.
  • Best solution for removal of impacted wisdom teeth
  • Oral and jaw cancers of the jaw and facial region are treated well
  • Fractures of facial skeleton are reconstructed well with this surgery
  • Restructuring of nose and chin

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