• Jaw Surgery Treatment

    Jaw Surgery Treatment

    Jaw surgery includes extraction of impacted teeth in the jawbone, placement of dental implants, which are frequently used in dentistry, in the jaw, placing bone grafts in cases where the jawbone is insufficient for the implant, treatment of pathologies such as cysts and tumors related to the mouth and teeth, as well as tooth and jaw fractures, corrections of the hard and soft tissues of the mouth to aid in denture construction. The solution of aesthetic and functional problems caused by the forw

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Jaw Surgery Treatment

Jaw surgery includes extraction of impacted teeth in the jawbone, placement of dental implants, which are frequently used in dentistry, in the jaw, placing bone grafts in cases where the jawbone is insufficient for the implant, treatment of pathologies such as cysts and tumors related to the mouth and teeth, as well as tooth and jaw fractures, corrections of the hard and soft tissues of the mouth to aid in denture construction. The solution of aesthetic and functional problems caused by the forward or backward position of lower or upper jaw is also treated by maxillofacial surgeons.

 

What diseases does jaw surgery treat?

  • In the department of oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery department; diagnosis and surgical treatment of all soft tissues in the mouth (tongue, cheek, lip, salivary glands, etc.), teeth, jaws and all kinds of diseases and diseases of the jaw joint are performed.

 

Who Performs Jaw Surgery?

  • Plastic surgeons who specialize in maxillofacial surgery can perform jaw surgeries.
  • A plastic surgeon can perform surgery by receiving special training in the field of maxillofacial surgery.

 

How long does jaw surgery take to recover?

  • Upper and lower jaw surgeries take an average of 1.5 hours each.
  • Double jaws take 3 hours in total.
  • You stay in the hospital for 2 days and the recovery period is 3 to 4 weeks.