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Maxillofacial Surgery

Maxillofacial specialists work in close collaboration with other medical and dental professionals to deliver comprehensive care. This multidisciplinary approach leverages the expertise of various specialists, ensuring optimal outcomes for their patients.

Maxillofacial refers to the area of medical and dental expertise that concentrates on the diagnosis, treatment and management of various conditions impacting the craniofacial region.


From the Latin words "maxilla" (jaw) and "facies" (face), it embodies a multidisciplinary approach that addresses intricate anatomical structures and associated conditions.


Maxillofacial surgery encompasses specialised training that focuses on the head, face and neck. Expertise spans a wide range of surgical procedures, including corrective jaw surgery, facial reconstruction, treatment of facial fractures and management of oral and facial infections.

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Facial Trauma: Maxillofacial surgeons are trained to handle facial trauma resulting from accidents, falls or sports injuries. They skilfully repair fractures of the facial bones, ensuring optimal functional and aesthetic outcomes.

Congenital Abnormalities: Birth defects affecting the face and jaw that require comprehensive care involving surgical correction, orthodontic treatment and speech therapy to restore normal function and appearance.


Oral and Facial Pathology: Specialists diagnose and treat a variety of oral and facial pathologies, including tumours, cysts and infections. Their expertise enables accurate assessment, surgical intervention and long-term management.


Facial Reconstructive Surgery: From cosmetic procedures to complex facial reconstructions following trauma or tumour resections, maxillofacial surgeons possess the skills and knowledge to enhance form and function of the face.

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