Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Consultation
Cysts and Tumors
The oral cavity and jaw bones are affected by a great number of different cysts and tumors. Management of such cysts or tumors range from simple excision to more aggressive surgical procedures. It is advisable to consult us if you notice any of the following:
-A lump or swelling inside your oral cavity or affecting your cheek.
-Constant pain for no obvious reason.
-Sudden or progressive looseness of some teeth.
-Numbness of your lip or tongue.
If needed, our oral and maxillofacial surgeon will take part of that abnormal tissue and send it for histological analysis to specifically identify its type and then discuss with you the possible treatment modalities.
It is always better to suspect and manage such pathological conditions as early as possible.
If you ever notice that your teeth, jaw bones or face are asymmetric or mismatching; or if you have problems chewing and speaking because of your misaligned teeth or jaws; please consult our clinic. Our specialized team of orthodontists and maxillofacial surgeons will work out a full evaluation of your situation to formulate a treatment plan that fulfils your needs. Whenever possible, we try to solve the problem by simple orthodontic measures i.e. brackets and wires, but in some cases surgical intervention is a must to achieve the ultimate results.
Facial and Jaw Fractures
Facial and jaw bones as well as teeth may sustain fractures due to trauma or accidents. Please consult our clinic if you received any kind of trauma to the face and you have any of the following signs or symptoms:
-Pain at the site of trauma.
-Any facial or oral cavity lacerations.
-Bruises or swelling at the site of trauma.
-Inability to bite your teeth properly.
-Difficulty opening or closing your jaw.
Clinical and radiographic examination performed by our maxillofacial surgeon will i