Jaw Surgery

    Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is an area of expertise specializing in the treatment of all kinds of soft tissues (tongue, cheek, lip, salivary glands, etc.) in the mouth, diagnosis of all kinds of diseases and disorders of teeth, jaws and jaw joints and surgical treatments.
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Tooth Implants
Tooth extraction is the most common procedure in oral surgery. Clinically, dental extraction is decided in the presence of teeth that are excessively worn out due to caries, restorative or endodontic failures, periodontal damage and trauma. At the same time, teeth can sometimes be removed before orthodontic or prosthetic treatment. Standard tooth extraction can usually be done under local anesthesia (only by numbing the area).

Embedded Teeth
In jaws, teeth can sometimes be buried for different reasons. Implants of implanted teeth are performed by Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Experts. It is usually the case that the teeth of the 20 years old in the upper and lower regions are buried. These teeth are in the mouth in time; they can cause infections that affect hard and soft tissues. In such situations, the buried teeth need to be pulled out.

Joint Treatment Therapy
Some discomfort may be seen in the jaw joint called Temporomandibular Joint (TME). They often
  • Muscle sensitivity and pain
  • Changes and limitations in jaw movements
  • Unusual pain in the jaw
  • Joint sounds
  • Slipping in the mouth
  • Chewing difficulties and irregularities
  • Difficult mouth opening
  • Boredom, pessimism and other psychological disorders
  • Tinnitus, dizziness, weakness
  It is shaped. In such cases, sometimes washing the joint (arthrocentesis); sometimes medical treatment is needed. Treatment of such conditions is performed by the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.