Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery


Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery It is the branch of dentistry in which the diagnosis and treatment of diseases in the mouth, teeth and jaw area are determined. Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery, Diagnosis and surgical treatment of all kinds of diseases related to soft tissue (cheek, palate, tongue, lips) and hard tissues (teeth, bones) in the oral cavity under local anesthesia, general anesthesia or sedation anesthesia in the operating room environment. It is a department that performs operations.

Surgery in the dental clinic.Doctor sews up a wound in the patient's mouth after the operation in the dental clinic.

Treatment options

  • Implant application
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  • Impacted dental operations,
  • Jaw fractures treatment
  • Detection and treatment of abscesses and cysts of the jaw and surrounding tissues,
  • Jaw joint disorder treatment,
  • Treatments such as arranging tissues before prosthesis and orthodontic treatment

How Do Jaw Joint Disorders Occur?

The jaw joint is functionally different from other joints in that it makes multidimensional movements. The jaw joint works almost 24 hours without stopping. Jaw joint diseases are caused by factors that disrupt the harmonious functioning of anatomical structures. These can be temporary or long-term.

What Are the Symptoms of Jaw Joint Diseases?

  • Limitation in mouth opening
  • Pain reflected in the ear, face, teeth, eyes,
  • Pain in chewing muscles,
  • Percent asymmetry,
  • Keeping the chin open
  • Pain reflected in the ear, face, teeth, eyes,

Method in the treatment of joint disease; removal of the factor. In this sense, missing and faulty teeth are corrected, closing problems are solved orthodontically, and muscular problems are eliminated with the help of a physical therapist when necessary.

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