Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Mouth, tooth and maxillofacial surgery within the body of many different applications; It is a dental discipline that involves all dental branches, including the treatment of pathologic anomalies in the oral and oral tissues. In oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery; It is an area that deals with the medical and surgical treatments of congenital and acquired diseases caused by all kinds of pathological problems in infectious, traumatic, soft and hard tissues in the mouth, face and jaw.
Our services include Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery;
Embedded tooth operations
Abscess formation and cyst operations
Deformities in the jaw
What problems does Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery deal with?
Embedded, complicated or lasting tooth shots
Medical and surgical treatment of infections in the mouth, jaw and face
Surgical treatment of cystic and tumoral formations in the jawbone
Treatment of diseases caused by damage to the soft tissue covering the oral region
To be able to diagnose systemic diseases in the mouth, jaw and face area and to direct them to medical specialties related to medical consultations.
Treatment of intraocular lesions originating from dental origin (Apical resection)
Treatment of fractures in the jaw and face
Surgical correction of soft tissue and hard tissues before dental prosthesis
Medical and surgical treatment of jaw, facial area pain
Medical and surgical treatment of diseases affecting the jaw joint
Treatment of congenital anomalies such as cleft palate-cleft lip
Medical and surgical treatment of inflammations leading to salivary gland diseases
Maxillary sinus pathologies and treatments associated with tooth and jaw
Correction of deformities that cause esthetic and functional disorders in the mouth, jaw and face area using surgical methods (Orthognatic surgery)
Treatment of bone necrosis in the jaws due to the application of the drug and radiotherapy applied within the scope of cancer treatment
Dental implant applications
Surgical correction of deficiencies in hard tissue and soft tissue for dental implant applications
In the majority of oral surgery, local anesthesia is usually sufficient. However, general anesthesia is used when a comprehensive surgical procedure is performed in the mouth, jaw and face areas. Apart from these, dental anesthesia or nausea reflex and pediatric patients with physical and mental disability cannot be treated under local anesthesia.