This page provides written information to patients, potential patients and carers on numerous oral and maxillofacial conditions, procedures and treatments.
||More information on what anaesthesia is and how it's used.
||Replacing lost or damaged bone.
|Cleft lip and palate
||The multidisciplinary approach and the therapy protocol
|Cleft Ultimate Treatment
||Oro-facial and Cranio-maxillo-facial Deformities
||If you are missing any of your natural teeth, implant dentistry can provide you with teeth that look and feel like your very own.
||A dental condition that occurs when the blood clot at the site of a tooth extraction is dislodged
|Facial Injuries: Treatment and Prevention
||Maxillofacial injuries, also referred to as facial trauma, encompass any injury to the mouth, face and jaw.
||Surgical release of a frenum. The frenum is the tag of “skin” between the lip and gum (labial frenum) and below the tongue (lingual frenum).
||Surgically reposition of the jaw(s) to establish a normal relationship between the upper and lower jaws.
||The temporomandibular joint is the connection between the temporal bone of the skull and the lower jawbone (mandible).
||The wisdom tooth (or third molar) is usually the last tooth to erupt into the mouth anytime after about 16 years of age.