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Oral and maxillofacial surgery

Oral and maxillofacial



At HD Smile Clinic our priority is understanding the specific needs of each client and making sure we apply them throughout the entire smile design. As part of this philosophy, we include our clients in every step of the creative process to ensure that our work is exactly what they had in mind. 

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1- Anesthesia

2-Dentoalveolar Surgery

3- Dental Implants

4- Surgical Correction of Maxillofacial Skeletal Deformities.

5- Orthognathic Surgery

6- Maxillofacial Trauma

Whether you require a complete exam and cleaning, a full-mouth restoration, or anything in between, we’re here to provide you with the high-definition care that you deserve. for more about our services.

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Anesthesia is a medical treatment that prevents patients from feeling pain during procedures like surgery, certain screening and diagnostic tests, tissue sample removal (e.g., skin biopsies), and dental work. It allows people to have procedures that lead to healthier and longer lives.

To produce anesthesia, doctors use drugs called anesthetics. Scientists have developed a collection of anesthetic drugs with different effects. These drugs include general, regional, and local anesthetics. General anesthetics make patients unconscious during the procedure while local and regional anesthetics just numb part of the body and allow patients to remain awake.

Dental Surgery

Dentoalveolar Surgery

A variable range of problems with teeth, gum, jawbone and other bony or soft tissues of the mouth can require treatment by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon.  This particular form of treatment is known as “dentoalveolar surgery”.  Alveolar is the bone that surrounds and supports the teeth.


Orthognathic surgery

Orthognathic surgery is the treatment method carried out by orthodontics and maxillofacial surgery, which are among the dentistry branches, to improve both functionality (chewing, speaking) and aesthetic appearance in patients with advanced jaw skeletal structure.


Maxillofacial Trauma

Maxillofacial injuries are frequent cause of presentations in an emergency department. Varying from simple, common nasal fractures to gross communition of the face, management of such injuries can be extremely challenging. Injuries of this highly vascular zone are complicated by the presence of upper airway and proximity with the cranial and cervical structures that may be concomitantly involved. While, with non maxillofacial injuries, a protocol for management of airway, breathing, and circulation is relatively well established; injuries to this region have often been a subject for discussion. We present an overview of the initial management of such patients in terms of airway, cervical spine, and circulation. The challenges and controversies in the management of such patients are discussed.


Cyst in Jaw Bone

Cysts are small sacs of tissue that contain either fluid or some soft tissue inside. There are a number of reasons that cysts can form, and they often form in a variety of different places in the body. However, cysts that form near your teeth, such as in the mouth of the jaw are called dental cysts. While cysts can form for a variety of reasons, they are often slow-growing. While cysts are often sterile, they can also become infected and cause pain or inflammation.

Cysts can form for a variety of different reasons. They can form in association to dead tissue or bone in the jaw, improperly formed teeth, or a genetic condition. Fortunately, at BelViso, we have the expertise to understand the issues associated with your condition to help get you the answers and treatment plan that are the best fit for you.


Jaw fractures

Jaw surgery, also known as orthognathic (or-thog-NATH-ik) surgery, corrects irregularities of the jaw bones and realigns the jaws and teeth to improve the way they work. Making these corrections may also improve your facial appearance

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