Surgical Procedures

Procedures may be performed under Local Anaesthetic, IV Sedation or General Anaesthetic depending on individual assessment. Your surgeon will discuss these options with you at the time of consultation. Broadly speaking, procedures fall into two main categories:

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1. Oral Procedures

Removal of Wisdom Teeth

A tooth becomes impacted due to lack of space in the dental arch and its eruption is therefore prevented by gum, bone, another tooth or all three.
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Oral Medicine and Pathology

A biopsy is a sample of the hard and soft tissues of the mouth, which your surgeon can send for histopathological diagnosis.
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Dental Implants

Dental Implantology is a branch of dentistry which involves the reconstruction of missing teeth with synthetic substitutes.
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Minor Oral Procedures

Removal of cysts of the jaw can be undertaken to avoid damage to teeth and often only require minor surgical intervention.
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TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) Disorders

TMJ dysfunction is a common cause of orofacial pain. It can often be treated conservatively, but sometimes requires surgery.
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2. Cranio Maxillofacial Procedures

Corrective Jaw Surgery

Orthognathic surgery is performed to correct jaw position for improving functionality, sleep apnoea and facial aesthetics.
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Facial Trauma

Facial trauma is repaired in many different ways, depending on the type of trauma. Initially, you will be required to have an examination by your surgeon and undergo x-rays.
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Head and Neck Cancer

Most head and neck cancers are preventable, however more than 15,500 cancer deaths each year are due to smoking, sun exposure, poor diet, alcohol, inadequate exercise or being overweight.
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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks

Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.