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Oral and Maxillofacial Diseases and Surgery is a surgical branch of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, injuries and deformities related to the mouth, teeth and jaws.



Most people turn to jaw surgery because of a variety of oral problems, from wear and tear to teeth and jaw joint pain. Potential problems such as biting, chewing and swallowing food are a very common problem among maxillofacial surgery patients. Elimination of problems caused by the abnormal shape and size of the mouth opening, such as audible breathing, difficulty in speaking or snoring, falls within the application area of Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery.

What is Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery?

Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery is the branch of science that deals with the recovery of injuries, diseases and deteriorations in the mouth, teeth and jaw regions of individuals in all age groups.

What Treatments Does Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery Perform?

  • Tooth extraction

  • Impacted Tooth Extraction

  • Impacted Tooth Operation

  • 20 Years Tooth Extraction

  • Jaw Fracture Treatment

  • Jaw Tumor

  • Abscess and Cyst Diagnosis and Treatment

  • Dental Sinus Diagnosis and Treatment

  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Intraosseous Lesions of Dental Origin

  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Soft and Hard Tissues of Dental Origin Tooth extraction

It is always a priority to save the tooth that is not in a healthy condition. However, in cases where it is not possible to save the tooth, it is necessary to surgically remove the tooth from its socket called a socket. Tooth extraction; It can be performed with local, general and intravenous anesthesia applications.

Impacted Tooth Extraction – Impacted Tooth Operation – 20 Years Tooth Extraction

Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt in adults. These teeth, which are located at the end of the jawbone, generally do not adapt to the mouth structure. They can have different effects from person to person. In cases where it causes pain, abscess, discomfort and sleep-depriving pain, wisdom teeth should be extracted or surgically removed when necessary. In cases where it is asymptomatic, these teeth may decay by leaning against the neighboring teeth in some cases. Structurally, it can sometimes cause orthodontic problems (crowding of teeth) in individuals. This situation, which is not obvious from the outside, can only be noticed as a result of panoramic x-ray or tomography examination. For this reason, the path to be followed under the control of the physician should be determined from the moment the wisdom teeth begin to erupt.

Sinus Grafting

After tooth loss or due to the physiological condition of the person, bone loss may occur and the distance between the sinus wall and the bone may be shortened. In this way, sagging sinuses are raised for the purpose of bone augmentation and facilitates implant treatment. Longer and healthier use of the implant is ensured with sinus augmentation. This process is called sinus grafting.

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