This is a surgical specialty, which focuses on reconstructive surgery of the face, facial trauma surgery, the oral cavity, head and neck, mouth, and jaws, as well as facial cosmetic surgery.
Maxillofacial surgery is a kind of operation performed by a highly trained dental surgeon. Here, at Prasidh hospital, a variety of maxillofacial procedures can treat diseases, fix injuries, or correct defects in your face, jaw, or mouth. As with any other operation, maxillofacial surgery has certain risks. But the procedures help many reduce pain, fix deformities, and restore function.
At Prasidh hospital, Hyderabad, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon is a regional specialist surgeon who treats the entire craniomaxillofacial complex: anatomical area of the mouth, jaws, face, skull, head, and neck as well as associated structures. Depending upon the national jurisdiction, oral and maxillofacial surgery might require a degree in medicine, dentistry, or both.
Maxillofacial surgery is a special type of dentistry. It involves operations to rectify and correct diseases, injuries, and defects of your face, jaw, or mouth. Maxillofacial surgeons are advanced specialists who diagnose and treat problems with many things, such as:
Prasidh hospital is a very popular and successful hospital in Hyderabad. We take care of each and every patient equally. We keep them on priority when they visit us. If any surgery is done or to be done, our doctors are the best in everything.
Before maxillofacial surgery
If Our doctor has suggested your maxillofacial surgery, your healthcare provider (whether he is a primary care provider or a dentist) will refer you to a specialist, you may come here to Prasidh hospital. The maxillofacial surgeon at Prasidh hospital will meet with you for a consultation to:
During maxillofacial surgery
Maxillofacial surgery may vary greatly depending on the problem and procedure. Some surgeries could be done in an outpatient setting, and you may go home the same day. On the other hand, other treatment plans involve multiple surgeries to achieve the desired results.
Maxillofacial surgeons at our hospital are very well trained and authorized to deliver anesthesia to prevent pain or put you to sleep. Our healthcare team will talk to you about whether you'll need anesthesia and what type is best for you.
Toward the end of the procedure, our surgeon might use stitches to close any surgical wounds. Our surgeon also may place packing in your mouth to protect your teeth or the wound and to absorb fluids such as blood and pus.
After maxillofacial surgery
After maxillofacial surgery, our healthcare team will move you to a recovery room so you can wake up from the anesthesia. You might be having some discomfort or pain as the medication wears off. You’ll also probably experience:
Our surgical team will talk to you about how the surgery went; when you may go home and how to take care of yourself during recovery.
At Prasidh hospital, maxillofacial surgery is performed in many situations:
Maxillofacial surgery may address a wide variety of dental problems and conditions, such as:
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