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Listed below are the variety of procedures offered at our clinic.

Dento-alveolar Surgery / Dental extractions

This is the name given to surgical treatment of the tooth supporting structures of the oral cavity including removal of teeth.   This often includes referral for the removal of a particular tooth, or wisdom teeth due to anticipated difficulty in this procedure. Some reasons for tooth removal are to eliminate pain and infection from decayed, […]

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Minor oral surgery for orthodontic reasons

Oral surgery may be part of your orthodontic treatment plan, coordinated between your specialist orthodontist and Oral & Maxillofacial surgeon.  This sort of surgery would be undertaken to eliminate crowding of your teeth, assist impacted teeth to be ‘pulled’ into the bite or removed, and to assist in the movement of teeth in ways that […]

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Pre-prosthetic surgery

This form of surgery involves the management of hard and soft tissues in the oral cavity which can interfere with dental rehabilitation. This may include: Bone grafting to enable placement of dental implants. Occasionally there is insufficient bone to place the dental implant used to replace missing teeth. A separate surgery may be required to […]

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Implant Surgery

Dental implants have become the gold standard in replacing missing teeth. Implant based treatment typically involves two processes, the surgical placement of the titanium implant, followed by the prosthetic phase where the crown of the tooth is fabricated. Your oral & maxillofacial surgeon will be responsible for the placement of the implant itself, and any […]

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The head, neck and oral cavity is prone to unique disease processes not seen in other sites. Involved tissues can vary from bones, gums, salivary glands and more.   These may be a minor issue requiring a short minor surgery, or may be a more significant problem, requiring multiple or extensive procedures. The ramifications of disease […]

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Facial Trauma

Facial trauma can be a devastating outcome of accidents, assault and sporting incidents. It has the possibility of causing lifelong issues with function (chewing, speech, and breathing), cosmetic appearance and a patient’s psychology. The Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons in this practice are some of the most experienced facial trauma surgeons in the country, including paediatric […]

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Temporo-Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Surgery

The TMJ’s are the joints of the mandible (‘lower jaw’). They provide mobility of the lower jaw which aids in breathing, speech and chewing. The TMJs are a very complicated structure consisting of multiple tissues including the bones, the rubbery disc between the skull and jaw bone, muscles of the jaws and the ligaments holding […]

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Orthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic (‘straight jaw’) surgery is an operation done by Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons to realign the jaws which may be malpositioned due to genetics, growth malformation or facial trauma. The goal is to put the jaws into a more standard position and this can involve moving jaws forwards/backwards, vertically up or down, or widening of […]

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