Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery In Dubai

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Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a specialized branch of dentistry that involves surgical procedures for the mouth, teeth, jaws, and face. These procedures include tooth extractions, corrective jaw surgery, facial trauma surgery, and dental implant placement.

Oral Surgery in Dubai

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Our team offers high-quality oral and maxillofacial surgery to address various diseases, defects, and injuries of the mouth and jaw. This specialized field of dentistry aims to provide both functional and aesthetic benefits by treating the hard and soft tissues of the mouth and facial region.

Whether you need implant placements, bone grafting, or treatment for facial injuries, our accurate diagnostic and surgical methods will provide seamless, long-lasting results. We utilize advanced technology and our team of experts in oral and maxillofacial surgery to deliver the finest surgical care in a comfortable environment.

Visit us for the best surgical care for your oral health condition. Our team of experts in oral and maxillofacial surgery will ensure you receive the most comfortable treatment, aided by advanced technology, to achieve the best possible outcome.

An Oral Surgeon Can Perform:

Mialigned Jaws Treatment

Jaw tumors and Cysts Removal

Head and Neck Trauma Treatment

Oral Cancer Treatment

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Most frequent questions and answers

Preparing for oral surgery is important to ensure a smooth and successful procedure. Here are some practical tips to consider:

  1. Discuss the procedure with your dentist: Understand the severity of your condition and the risks and benefits of the surgery.

  2. Arrive early: Show up at your appointment at least 15-20 minutes early to fill out any last-minute paperwork and relax before the surgery.

  3. Wear comfortable clothing: Choose short sleeves or loose clothing to make it easy for the nurses to check your vital signs and administer IV if needed.

  4. Arrange a ride home: Because you’ll likely receive strong anesthesia or sedation during the surgery, it may not be safe to drive yourself home. Your surgeon can help you arrange for transportation.

  5. Eat the right post-surgery meal: Choose soft foods that require little or no chewing, and drink lots of water. Avoid using a straw and eating spicy or acidic foods that can irritate your gums and tongue. Make sure to take all prescribed medications as directed.

At Micris Dental Clinic, we utilize advanced technology for oral and maxillofacial treatments to ensure accurate diagnosis and treatment planning for every patient. One of the most advanced technologies we use is the Carestream CS 9300 CBCT, which provides 3D dental imaging.

The Carestream CS 9300 CBCT is a type of dental imaging technology that allows dentists and oral surgeons to see detailed images of a patient’s mouth, teeth, and surrounding bone structure. This technology is particularly useful for oral and maxillofacial treatments, such as dental implant placement, wisdom tooth extraction, and jaw surgery.

With this advanced technology, our team of experts in oral and maxillofacial surgery can accurately diagnose and plan treatments with precision and care. This ensures that our patients receive the highest level of care and treatment possible.

The CBCT, or cone beam computed tomography, is a technology used to plan and improve the accuracy, quality, and safety of oral and maxillofacial surgical procedures. It is especially helpful for patients with complex issues. Additionally, CBCT is used for dental implant surgery planning to ensure the best implant is selected and that the procedure does not damage nerves or other structures.

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are trained to diagnose and provide treatment on head, neck, face, jaws, as well as the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial region. They are also proficient in administration of anesthesia and surgical care within an office setting.

Our maxillofacial and oral surgeons can provide treatment for the following conditions:

Surgical extraction of wisdom teeth
Misaligned jaws
Jaw tumors and cysts
Conditions that require dental implant surgery
Head and neck trauma
Oral cancer
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) diseases
Cosmetic needs for enhanced facial appearance
Sleep apnea
Cleft lip, cleft palate, and other congenital defects

The CBCT is an advanced dental imaging system that provides precise 2D and 3D imaging, as well as digital 3D models. It is an all-in-one system that can be used for orthodontics, implant planning, and other dental purposes. The machine produces high-quality images that are accurate and extremely helpful for complex dental procedures.

No, there are no specific preparations needed before undergoing a CBCT scan. During your initial consultation, your oral and maxillofacial surgeon will determine if CBCT is necessary and schedule the scan if it is. The process is quick and non-invasive, and there is no need to refrain from eating or drinking beforehand or make any other special preparations.

However, it’s important to inform your dentist about any medical conditions you have, as well as any medications or supplements you are taking. This is because some medications can interfere with the scan or the administration of anesthesia, if needed. Additionally, if you are pregnant, it’s important to let your dentist know as CBCT scans are not recommended during pregnancy unless absolutely necessary.