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The branch of dentistry that deals with the surgical management of infections, injuries and deformities of the mouth, jaw bones and associated structures.

Best Oral Surgeons

The branch of dentistry that deals with the surgical management of infections, injuries and deformities of the mouth, jaw bones and associated structures. One of the major responsibilities of maxillofacial surgeons is to correct dento-facial deformities by performing cosmetic surgery.

At The Dental Specialists, apart from doing normal extraction and impactions, we performs all the advanced treatments like orthognathic surgeries, TMJ Surgeries, open reduction of fractured jaw bones with titanium plates, cleft Lip and palate surgeries, jaw recontouring and so on.

When do you need oral surgery

  • Grossly decayed/ severely fractured teeth
  • Very mobile teeth
  • For orthodontic purposes
  • Impacted teeth
  • Dento facial skeletal deformities such as protruded lower jaw, retracted upper jaw, cleft lip and palate etc.

Treatments Under Oral Surgery

  • Simple Extractions – Most common surgical procedure. Teeth that cannot be saved have to be removed.
  • Impactions – Removal of impacted third molars is very common. Third molar impaction cause a lot of pain and has to be removed. Canine and Pre Molar impactions are other less common impacted teeth.
  • Cleft Lip and Palate Correction – Cleft lip and palate correction involves surgical rejoining of the palatal bone and lip.
  • Tempro -Mandibular Joint Surgery – Disc displacement, disc reduction, Treatment of ankylosed TMJ etc.
  • Orthognathic Surgery – Corrective jaw, or orthognathic, surgery is performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon (OMS) to correct a wide range of minor and major skeletal and dental irregularities, including the misalignment of jaws and teeth. Surgery can improve chewing, speaking and breathing. While the patient’s appearance may be dramatically enhanced as a result of their surgery, orthognathic surgery is performed to correct functional problems.
  • Ankyloglossia/ Tongue tie treatment: For tongue ties, overgrown gums, or “frenum” attachments that cause teeth not to properly together, our lasers can comfortably handle the problem.DIODE LASER soft tissue surgery; using a precise light beam to correct “Tongue tie” or “Lip tie”. These procedures can assist in improving infant nursing, proper speech, eating and swallowing issues and other concerns.

Oral Surgery Facilities

This department is supported by 100 bedded in patient wards at Challa hospital (Private, semi-private and General) with full fledged Intensive Care Unit with all the Emergency medicines, Oxygen facility and other required facilities. A major and minor operation theatre which makes The Dental Specialists, one of its kind in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

  • Operation theatre table
  • Boyle’s anaesthesia machine
  • Electrocautery
  • Shadowless O.T. Light with 7-lamps with built in CC Camera.
  • Pulsoxymeter with ECG. Monitor attached.
  • Defibrillator with ECG, Monitor attached
  • Ventilators.
Frequently Asked Questions

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  • When is oral surgery necessary?

    Oral surgery may be required for various reasons, such as tooth extraction, impacted wisdom teeth removal, dental implant placement, jaw surgery, and treatment of oral diseases or injuries.

  • Is oral surgery painful?

    Most oral surgery procedures are performed under local anesthesia, making them relatively painless during the procedure. Post-surgery discomfort can be managed with prescribed pain medications.

  • What is the recovery time for oral surgery?

    Recovery times vary depending on the procedure. Simple extractions may only require a few days, while more complex surgeries can take weeks to heal fully. Your oral surgeon will provide specific guidelines.

  • Are there risks associated with oral surgery?

    Like any surgical procedure, oral surgery carries some risks, including infection, bleeding, and nerve damage. Your oral surgeon will discuss potential risks with you before the procedure.

  • Can I eat after oral surgery?

    After oral surgery, you'll need to follow a soft diet for a period specified by your surgeon. This typically includes foods like mashed potatoes, yogurt, and soup until you're healed enough for regular foods.