Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral and Maxillofacial surgery is something that involves the process of diagnosis and treatment of broad range of disorders affecting facial complex, jaws, and oral cavity. This includes a wide range of common oral surgical problems, jaw and congenital facial distortions, facial trauma, oral cancer, salivary gland disease, temporomandibular joint disorders, etc.
What does Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons do?
Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine and surgery that deals with the diagnosis of eye related diseases. Ophthalmologists also use medications like laser therapy, surgeries and few otherdepending on the patient’s situation.
- They can provide safe and effective anesthesia
- Perform dent alveolar surgery(extract of impacted and nonrestorable teeth)
- Dental Implants to replace lost teeth
- Perform orthognathic jaw surgery
- Perform onocologic surgery to remove complex tumors
- Provide reconstructive surgery to rebuild damaged faces
- With TMJ surgery they relieve jaw pain
- Also performs cosmetic surgery of face, jaws and neck
The department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, PRK Hospitals offers comprehensive treatment for the diseases affecting the mouth, jaws and neck. We also have a division that provides a full range of outpatient and inpatient services. Our specialists treat patients of all age groups and provide comprehensive pathological, functional and cosmetic surgical services to the patients. We also collaborate with other specialties in the city when needed.
Our Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons offer following subspecialties at PRK Hospitals.
- Aesthetic Facial Surgery
- Congenital Malformations
- CranioMaxillo Facial Trauma
- Cysts and Tumors
- Facial Deformity
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Frequently Asked Questions
Most likely. Removing the wisdom teeth might be one of the most common oral procedures, but that doesn’t make it any less serious for patients. Removing wisdom teeth may require cutting into the gum tissue and even removing some adjacent bone. It is generally in a patient’s best interest to choose an oral surgeon for this procedure.
Simpler issues can often be taken care of the same day. If you have something more than an extraction, you will probably need a consultation before scheduling your surgery.
Oral surgeries are usually scheduled for one day and are completed in a few hours. Depending on the procedure and the anesthesia that the surgeon administers, you may need to stay a few hours longer to recover.
Many patients biggest fear about oral surgery is the pain that can be expected afterwards. How much pain you can expect after surgery can vary depending on how extensive the procedure was that you had done. Your dentist or surgeon will prescribe the pain medication necessary to help you recover comfortably.