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Maxillofacial Treatment & Diagnostics in Karol Bagh, Delhi


Maxillofacial refers to a reconstructive surgery whose focus is on the facial and oral cavity region. Some individuals suffer from abnormal growth of facial bones which can come across as being an unattractive feature. Also, certain injuries can alter the features of the jaw or face. All of this can be corrected by the use of maxillofacial surgery.

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What is maxillofacial surgery?

First of all, this is a unique surgical specialty whose area of concern is the correction of problematic features of the face, nose, mouth, neck, mouth and oral cavity in general. Maxillofacial surgeons are trained professionals who can deal with these problems. They can deal with a wide range of conditions associated with these regions of the body.

Maxillofacial surgery is particularly useful in managing the effects of complicated injuries to the facial region. Soldiers who suffer broken jaws often undergo this type of surgery. With the advent of medical science, the scope of maxillofacial surgery now also covers skeletal abnormality, salivary glands, bone grafting and even cancers of the head and neck region.

What are the types of maxillofacial surgery?

Maxillofacial surgeries can vary depending on the type of abnormality or injury. Below are the various types of maxillofacial surgery treatments.

  • Craniofacial Surgery - This surgery focuses on the reconstruction of the craniofacial region. Various acquired and congenital abnormalities are corrected here.
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorders Surgery - This involves correction of the temporomandibular joints. These refer to the two joints present between the skull and the jawbone.
  • Dental Implantology - This surgery facilitates effective replacement of missing teeth.
  •  Corrective Jaw Surgery - It corrects deformities related to the teeth and jawbones.
  • Head and Neck Cancer Surgery - Cancers of the jaw, neck and mouth fall within the purview of this surgery.

When do you need to see a doctor?

Visit a maxillofacial doctor or surgeon if you have a condition that involves facial tissues, facial bones, jaws or teeth. Immediately seek the services of a maxillofacial surgeon if your condition is such that it prevents you from performing normal activities. You should also pay a visit to the surgeon if you experience any pain in these regions. Also, opt for this surgery if you suffer a significant facial injury during an accident.

Request an appointment at Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Karol Bagh, New Delhi.

Call 1860 500 2244 to book an appointment.

How do you prepare for a scar revision treatment?

  • Medical Reports
    Your maxillofacial surgeon may ask you to bring certain medical reports. This way your surgeon will come to know about your medical history and condition.
  • Awareness
    Maxillofacial surgery is largely safe but there is a slight risk of the surgery not producing 100% desired results. This is because the facial region is a sensitive region of the body. You need to be aware of this risk and discuss it with your surgeon.
  •  Special Diet
    Your surgeon may ask you to go on a special diet a few days prior to the surgery. Your liquid intake may also be monitored by the maxillofacial expert, especially if the surgery involves salivary glands.


Any abnormality or defect of the jaw or facial region is an undesirable trait. The good news is that you can quickly get rid of this problem with maxillofacial surgery in a safe manner. This surgery is a blessing in many ways.

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Will there be pain during maxillofacial surgery?

No, you are unlikely to experience any pain, maybe slight pain from an anesthetic or sedative injection. During the surgery itself, you are unlikely to feel any pain.

Is maxillofacial surgery expensive?

Yes, maxillofacial surgery is usually an expensive surgery because of the requirement of extremely high expertise. However, the prices can significantly differ from one place to another. You should check with the hospital or clinic and then make a decision.

Can I eat or drink soon after the surgery?

This depends on the type of surgery you will go through. Sometimes, doctors may require you to go on a full liquid diet for a few days after the surgery. At other times, you may start consuming solid food after a few hours.

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