Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery

Maxillofacial surgery is a surgical specialism of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treats defects, diseases and injuries to the hard and soft tissues of the mouth (oral) and jaws and face region (maxillofacial). These conditions, damages, or defects can impair the function or aesthetics of an oral and maxillofacial area.


  • Who performs maxillofacial surgery?

A maxillofacial surgeon who specializes in the care of the whole craniomaxillofacial complex does this type of operation. This complex includes the anatomical region of the skull, ears, mouth, and teeth, as well as the related structures.


  • What kind of training do maxillofacial surgeons have?

Depending on the place, maxillofacial surgeons can be qualified in general medicine, dentistry and surgery.

Education and certification in medicine may be carried out on an optional basis. They can also receive additional optional training for 1 or 2 years in oral and maxillofacial surgery fellowships. This fellowship can be in the following places:

    • Cosmetic facial surgery
    • Head and neck cancer-microvascular reconstruction
    • Cranio-maxillofacial trauma
    • Craniofacial surgery
    • Head and neck reconstruction
    • Maxillofacial regeneration


  • Why do you have a maxillofacial surgeon?

    • To have dental implants inserted to replace teeth.
    • To have oral surgical procedures performed
    • To have an oral, facial or jaw cyst or tumour diagnosed and treated.
    • To have your jaw aligned
    • To have your jaw joints repaired
    • To have facial and jaw reconstruction after cancer surgery
    • To have the facial bones realigned after facial trauma.
    • To consult so as to determine whether to have aesthetic surgery
    • To have a tooth extracted


  • Benefits of Maxillofacial Surgery

A surgeon may do little to fix misaligned jaws from removing an infected wisdom tooth. Maxillofacial surgeons also treat patients with facial or deformity because of the brisk trauma of strength and accident damage that may need dental implants but is not limited to complete reconstruction of the jaw. Cysts, tumours or mouth, jaw or throat cancers are also treated by maxillary surgeons. Facial plastic surgery also often takes place by maxillofacial surgeons.


  • How to Prepare for Maxillofacial Surgery

You should not drink or eat anything 6–8 hours before surgery if you choose sedation or overall anaesthesia.


  • We Give Guarantee;

We provide a guarantee on all of our dental treatments.

    • Free X-ray
      You can have the chance to get a free X-ray before your dental treatment in Turkey. We will deduct the expense from your bill when We welcome you to our clinics in Turkey.
    • After treatment, we will continue to provide you with any assistance you need. Our partner clinics in the UK can support you in the event of any minor complications following your dental treatment. In case of any major issues, if caused by the treatment procedure, we will welcome you back to fix the problem in Turkey.


  • What Are the Prices of Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery in Turkey?

The prices for oral-maxillofacial treatments in Turkey are 2-3 times lower than in the UK, but the quality is at the same standard. 

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  • Personalised treatment application and plan include;
  • Qualified and highly experienced health professionals
  • Clinics with internationally valid certificates
  • Sterile VIP transfers from & to airport, hotel and hospital
  • Free online consultation
  • 4-star Accommodation with breakfast with Safe Tourism certificate
  • 24-hour translator and guide
  • Free post-operative service
  • Lifelong online follow-up

Frequently Asked Questions

What operations are performed by maxillofacial surgeons?

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons conduct mouth, jaw, and face procedures, including dental implant surgery, bone grafting, teeth replacement, corrective jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery), maxillofacial trauma, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder surgery, pathology and reconstruction, and cosmetic facial surgery.

When should I see a maxillofacial surgeon?

At least partly, most maxillofacial surgeons work to help fix skeletal issues such as misaligned jaws. Your dentist may refer you to a maxillofacial surgeon if you have chronic temporomandibular joint pain. Maxillofacial surgeons also remove cancers in the face, neck, and jaw.

What is involved in oral surgery?

Many forms of oral surgery are available, including surgical procedures such as tooth removal or root canal removal. The repositioning of the jaw is involved in certain oral operations. In other cases, the removal of a tumour may require oral surgery.