Oral and maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and maxillofacial Surgery

When do you need an oral surgery?

Oral surgery is performed to resolve injuries or tissues in the head, face, neck, jaws and hard and soft oral tissues. It is also called maxillofacial surgery, and an oral or maxillofacial surgeon can diagnose, treat or perform this surgery. Oral and maxillofacial surgery as a surgical specialty is approved internationally.

Oral surgery is not the matter of a challenging case to treat If your dentist refers you to an oral surgeon. It means that a specialized surgeon can better treat your case instead of a dentist.

It is important to know that when you need oral surgery. You can have oral surgery for something as common as dental implants. You may be referred to an oral surgeon for the treatment of a tumor or cyst in the jaw, or a root canal therapy, cleft lip and palate surgery, etc. So oral surgery can solve cosmetic or reconstructive needs. Your dentist can also refer you to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon for:

Tumor or cyst in the jaw

Facial pain

Oral cancer

Root canal therapy

Wisdom teeth issues

Jaw surgery

Dental Implants

Cleft lip and palate surgery

Infections

Biopsies

If someone needs to have oral surgery, it’s necessary to find a certified oral surgeon to perform the oral surgery procedures. You will have to take care after oral surgery and follow the instructions of your surgeon for a better and quick recovery. After following the instructions of your oral surgeon, and the guidelines for preparing for oral surgery, you can be recovered smoothly and quickly after surgery.

The Dental Lounge is Your Trusted Source for Oral and Cosmetic Services. As a patient of The Dental Lounge, you will receive quality, pain-free treatment from board-certified dentists and oral surgeons. They will be authentic and thorough as they perform regular dental work or oral surgery such as Root canal therapy, tooth extractions, jaw surgery, dental implants, and other maxillofacial surgeries. If they feel you need an oral surgeon, they will answer all your questions to help make your treatment as pain-free as possible!