Oral and maxillofacial surgery

Implantology belongs to the area of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Flexible and friendly solutions allow us to prevent tooth loss in almost all cases. Modern implantology gives patients the feeling to have retained their own teeth because the implants blend in perfectly with the individual dental environment.

Another focus is the jaw bone structure, depending on the extent of bone replacement, we either use foreign materials or the patient's own bone. Stable jawbones are the best foundation for an implant and for it to last a long time.

Even when it comes to the removal of a cyst in the jaw, we have the right specialist for you. Most cysts start with an inflammation in the region of the root tip. We remove the cyst under local anesthesia, so that the inflammation does not attack the bones and teeth.

Another key area is the maxillary sinus surgery, in which we open the sinus cavity with a special operation methodology and remove abnormal tissue in a minimally invasive surgery. Of course, we place great emphasis on maintaining the healthy mucosa. The goal is always to maintain important anatomical structures.

In addition, we are experts in accident injuries to the jaw. These are in most cases combined injuries that affect both soft tissues and bones. Here we reconstruct even in severe cases from the inside out to ensure little or no scarring.




Topics frequently asked about

Wisdom Tooth Removal · Apicoectomy · Implantants · Detal Occlusion · Malocclusion · Chin Corrections · Rhinoplasty · Aesthetic Surgery ·  Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) · Jawbone Restructuring · Sinus Lift · Sinuses · Blepharoplasty · Facelift · Denture Retention · Dentures · Jaw Cysts · Oral Cancer· Facial Tumor