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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Treatments

Surgical operations and operations such as tooth extractions, operations of impacted teeth, implant treatment, root tip resections (cutting), treatment of jaw dislocations and fractures, cyst tumour operations are performed. It covers the diagnosis and surgical treatment of all kinds of disorders involving soft tissues such as cheek, palate, tongue, lips and hard tissues such as teeth, bones and joints.


Surgical procedures can be performed under local anaesthesia or general anaesthesia in the operating theatre. Patients usually do not feel any pain during the procedure. In some individualised cases, mild pain may be felt. Facial oedema is one of the most common postoperative results of jaw surgery. Facial oedema may be more or less pronounced depending on the patient and the size of the surgical procedure. Applying cold to the face on the day of the procedure may be the best solution. Edema, which reaches a maximum level in the first three days, tends to decrease within a week.


Patients are asked to eat liquid and soft foods for a few days after surgical procedures. After surgical operations, it is necessary to perform the best possible oral hygiene. Smoking should not be used because it negatively affects the healing process of intraoral surgical wounds. The procedure is completely painless. The patient is systematically prescribed various medications for complaints that may occur after the procedure.

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What are the treatments performed within the scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery?

Various treatments performed within the scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery offer various solutions to patients by addressing aesthetic, functional and health problems. The main treatments performed in this context are as follows:


Dental Extractions and Surgical Extractions:


Standard extraction procedures of teeth and conditions requiring surgical extraction.


Impacted and Semi-Impacted Tooth Extractions:


Extraction of impacted teeth and surgical extraction of partially impacted teeth.


Dental Implant Treatment:


Dental implant applications.


Diagnosis and Treatment of Jaw Cysts, Tumours and Lesions:


Diagnosis and surgical treatment of cysts, tumours and lesions on the jaw.


Root Tip Resections (Cutting):


Surgical removal of lesions from the root end of the tooth.


Sine Base Raising Operations:


Open and closed sine base amplification operations.


Bone Augmentation (Augmentation):


Bone splicing procedures.


Traumatic Tooth and Supporting Tissue Injuries:


Diagnosis, treatment and long-term follow-up of traumatic dental and supporting tissue injuries.


Treatment of Jaw Dislocations and Fractures:


Surgical treatment of dislocations and fractures in the jaw region.


Orthognathic Surgical Procedures:


Orthognathic surgical procedures for the correction of facial skeletal disorders.


Jaw Joint (TMJ) Diseases:


Diagnosis and treatment of jaw joint diseases.


In addition to protecting general dental health, these surgical procedures aim to improve the quality of life of patients by providing solutions to various aesthetic and functional problems.

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