Maxillofacial Surgery

Maxillofacial surgery is a specialty that makes diagnosis and surgical treatment of soft tissues such as tongue, lips, cheeks, salivary glands, teeth, jaw and jaw joint diseases and disease. Surgical treatments are performed by performing local anesthesia (regional numbness) / general anesthesia or sedation.

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    • All kinds of surgical treatment applications on teeth
    • Embedded dental surgery
    • Tooth extraction or surgical intervention with general anesthesia application
    • Any kind of surgical intervention performed within the scope of implant application and implant treatment
    • Treatment of abscesses and inflammations from the tooth
    • Treatment of jaw joint disorders

    With the All-On-4 technique, prostheses including all arch teeth can be made with only 4 implants in one jaw in edentulous patients. With the implants placed with a special angulation technique, support is obtained from the region with better bone quality, and damage to the anatomical structures is prevented. Prostheses are fixed on the same day in fully edentulous patients and patients do not have a waiting period without teeth after this treatment. With the All-On-4 technique, which has been applied for 10 years and has proven its success in long-term scientific studies, patients achieve the desired smile aesthetics and function with an easy, fast and satisfactory treatment.

    Depending on long-term toothlessness or structural bone deficiencies, it is the transfer of bone from the other parts of the jaw bone to the implanted area. The main purpose of this treatment method is to be able to place implants by increasing the height and thickness of the bone. With this treatment method, implants can be placed in the mouth in the same session. Another difference from routine implant applications is that the waiting time for the implants to boil into the bone is 4-6 months depending on the density of the bone volume, instead of 2-3 months.

    The most common problem after the loss of teeth in the region of the upper jaw moor is that the maxillary sinuses in this region hang down and reduce the amount of bone to be implanted. In these cases, when the upper jaw bone is insufficient for implant application, it is the process of lifting the sinus membrane by using biomaterials such as graft (bone powder) and membrane. In this way, a longer vertical jaw bone is provided and the implant is placed. It may take 4-6 months to complete ossification after the procedure. This operation can be planned together with the implant surgery or before the implant surgery. Sinus lifting operation is one of the most commonly used bone enhancing methods today, it is a reliable procedure with proven long-term success.