Maxillofacial Surgery

Treatment procedures offered

Facial skeleton fractures - We use mini-plates and screws made of titanium for successful results with no risk of infection. The plates used are synthesized and designed by the AO research team.

Head and neck oncology - Oral cancers and other malignancy in head and neck region are treated with modified radical neck dissection along with Osseous microvascular reconstruction used from Fibula grafts and radial forearm graft trying to contour maximum facial symmetry with the best result achieved after radio therapy.

Distraction Osteogenesis - Facial asymmetry resulting from skeletal disturbances can be corrected with commendable results using multi-directional distraction devices to correct enhancements more than 10 mm.

Facial Cyst and Tumours - Cyst can be surgically treated by enucleation and chemical cauterisation with no chance of recurrence. Tumours can be surgically removed and asymmetry can be corrected by Osseous reconstruction with the help of grafts.

Orthognathic Surgery - Facial skeletal disturbances like gummy smile, prognathic and retrognathic mandible and maxilla along with skeletal chin disturbances can be corrected by performing a double jaw surgery to achieve the best possible cosmetic result.

Tempromandibularjoint Surgery (TMJ) - TMJ ankylosis in children can be corrected surgically by doing distraction osteogenesis prior to surgery. Typical TMJ pains can be corrected conservatively by using laser therapy.

Skull based tumours - This can be surgically corrected with approaches to the facial skeleton and microscopic removal of the complete tumour from the base of skull.

Salivary gland tumours - This can be surgically removed using minimally invasive techniques along with intra-oral approaches.

Rhinoplasty - With the latest technology of silicon implants, the nose can be surgically corrected for functional and traumatic defects using minimally invasive approaches, causing no scars.

Cleft lip and palate - This can be surgically corrected at a younger age to achieve the best results using modern techniques and surgical expertise to minimize scars.

Oral implants - These are made of titanium and are used to replace missing teeth.

Oral lasers - Diode lasers are used in the oral cavity for various pathologies and biopsies. These are done without any local anesthesia and suture-techniques painless mode of treatment.

Impacted Wisdom Tooth - These teeth are surgically removed by using the latest surgical techniques with minimum swelling, under local anesthesia.

Oral Sub-mucous Fibrosis - This is a condition in which the patient is unable to open his/her mouth due to fibrous bands present intra-orally. This can be corrected surgically by using rotation flaps.