Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

These are surgical procedures applied to all soft and hard tissues in the mouth.

It includes a wide variety of treatments for every condition. The most important criterion during the application is the correct diagnosis.

Simple Surgical Procedures Are; applications that do not carry anatomical risks, surgical technical difficulties or complications.

  • Tooth extraction
  • Apical resection (removal of cysts in tooth roots)
  • Abscess incision
  • Removal of benign tumors in the mucosa
  • Taking a biopsy

Advanced Surgical Procedures: Simple interventions that may pose an anatomical risk, difficulty in application and complications.
  • Surgical tooth extractions
  • Removal of impacted teeth
  • Major cyst operations
  • Sinus lifting (sinus floor raising-lifting)
  • Bone volume augmentation and grafting for shaping

Complicated Surgical Procedures:
They are anatomically highly risky, difficult-to-apply interventions that have a high risk of complications.

Tumor Surgeries
Orthognathic surgery (lower or upper jaw positioning)