Oro-Maxillofacial Surgery and Stomatology

Our department offers a wide range of medical services in the fields of maxillofacial surgery and dental alveolar surgery. Also, the studies conducted by our department are aimed to bring more performance and innovation in these areas. Our main interests are:
Maxillofacial Surgery

Orthognatic surgery

– branch that deals with the treatment of severe dentomaxilar abnormalities. When we talk about severe dentomaxilar anomalies, we mean that occlusion dysfunctions make it difficult and sometimes impossible chewing food, also causing phonation (speech) and breathing disturbances. Invariably, these abnormalities cause gingival retractions and premature loss of teeth, and temporomandibular joint disorders. These skeletal malformations always manifests itself by aesthetic changes causing the emergence of inferiority complexes and prevents patients to have a normal social life. Our experience in this field allows us to offer multiple treatment solutions and work on developing new surgical techniques, simpler and with more predictable and stable results.

Cleft lip and palate surgery

– the branch that deals with the treatment of congenital malformations involving interrupting the continuity of the upper lip, hard palate and soft palate, due to a lack of proper facial bud union during intrauterine development. While untreated, these deformities can lead to serious disorders of child development and the serious problems of employment in society.

Facial bone defect surgery

– the branch in charge of restoring posttraumatic defects and finding solutions to augment resorbed alveolar bone in order to find optimal prosthetic solutions (prostheses application to be as functional and more easily accepted by patients).

Implantology

– this is the application of endosseous dental implants that will serve as support for future dentures (bridges or movable prostheses). Currently, this rehabilitation line is the best solution to replace lost dental units that have been altered by the development of the carious process and its complications, as well as by periodontal disease. We also intend to make improvements in this area, through accumulated experience and by introducing new dental implants and techniques for applying them.

Preprosthetic surgery

– prepare patients to subsequent prosthesis, fixed or movable, dental support or supraimplantar. These include oral cavity drainage (removal of infectious outbreaks), finding ways of preserving alveolar bone and improving bone tender.

Dento-alveolar surgery
  • Dental extraction followed by bone defect repair with PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin – represents the latest technology in dental surgery and implantology, shortening up to 50% of healing time after oral surgery)
  • Odontectomy followed by bone defect repair with PRF
  • Bone adhesions with autografts harvested intraoperatively for the purpose of accelerating bone healing processes
  • Apply dental endoscopic implants

Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Quickly assisted jaw dissection surgically
  • The mandibular advancement in Class II skeletal abnormalities (BSSO – Bilateral Sagittal Split Osteotomy)
  • Bimaxial interventions (Osteotomy LeFort I and BSSO)
  • Advance and rotate CW (Clock Wise) of the jaw in Sleep Apnea Syndrome