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Oral Surgery

A specialist maxillofacial surgeon is dually qualified in medicine & dentistry, and has completed further training & specialisation in jaw & facial surgery.

This positions them as the most qualified and experienced clinicians to perform surgery involving the mouth, jaws and face.

Profilo is home to an oral and maxillofacial specialist, who has comprehensive training and a wealth of experience in treating a vast array of complex conditions.

Specialist oral & maxillofacial care

Commonly known procedures such as placement of dental implants and the surgical treatment of wisdom teeth, are best performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon (MaxFax).

Consideration is taken not just of the teeth, but of the surrounding structures of the gums, jaws and face. A MaxFax will manage you medically as well as dentally.

Being a medical practitioner enables a MaxFax to perform a select range of procedures under Medicare subsidy, something which a general dental practitioner is unable to do.

This means specialist level management, with treatment accessible and affordable.

Treatment can be done both here in our Newcastle rooms, or in private hospital under general anaesthetic.

 

Oral Surgery Services

Sedation or Sleep Surgical Procedures

General anaesthesia is used to assist complex surgery by relaxing you, inducing sleep, freeing you of pain, and erasing your memory of the experience.

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Medically Compromised Patients

People with complex medical conditions are best treated by a maxillofacial specialist, who has dual qualifications in medicine & dentistry.

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Bone and Gum Grafting

Bone grafting rebuilds the jaw in areas that have deteriorated, making it possible to place dental implants with assured longevity.

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Surgically Assisted Orthodontics

Some teeth can't be moved with conventional orthodontics, which often requires dental extractions and pulling back the front teeth.

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Mouth & Facial Injury

Injury to the teeth, gums and jaws can have significant consequences later on in life.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth or 3rd molars, are the last teeth to erupt into the mouth, usually in a person’s late teens or early twenties.

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