Oral And Maxillo-Facial Surgery

Oral and Maxillo-Facial surgery is a medical-surgery speciality that treats all the pathologies of the oral cavity, jaws, and aesthetic-functional problems of the face and facial skeleton. Well aware of the invasiveness and sensitive nature of the surgery, we take all the necessary precautions to minimize complications and offer maximum safety to our patients.

Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery
  • Detailed preoperative evaluation of the patient by the anesthesiologist-resuscitator specialist and oral-maxillo-facial surgeon

  • Interdisciplinary consultation with specialist doctors in case the patient suffers from other systemic diseases

  • Real-time monitoring of vital signs (heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure, oxygenation)
  • Cardiopathic, diabetic or anxious patients are safe with the relaxation offered by intravenous conscious anesthesia, under the supervision of the specialist doctor of anesthesia

  • All medications and first-aid equipment are present in the clinic and are checked/updated every 6 months

  • The staff is specialized to intervene in cases of medical emergencies with maximum speed and precision, following all European protocols


Dentoalveolar Surgery

  • Simple dental extractions
  • Complex dental extractions
  • Extractions of root residues
  • Extractions of wisdom teeth
  • Extractions or disimpaction of impacted teeth

Implant and pre-implant surgery

  • “All on 4” , “All on 6” , “All on 8” techniques
  • Guided implantology 
  • Autologous and heterologous bone grafts (bone deficiency)
  • Gum grafts (gums deficiency )
  • Lateral maxillary sinus lift
  • Crestal sinus lift 

Soft tissue surgery

  • Gingivectomy and gingivoplasty
  • Lengthening of the clinical crown (gingival smile treatment)
  • Labial and lingual frenotomy or frenectomy
  • Vestibuloplasty (edentulous ridge augmentation)

Benign tumors

  • Soft tissue tumors: Fibroma, Papilloma, Lipoma, Epulide, etc
  • Bone tumors: Ameloblastoma, Odontoma, Osteoma, Kondroma, etc

Cystic lesions of the jaws

  • Radicular cyst
  • Residual cysts
  • Keratocysts
  • Follicular cysts
  • Eruption cysts

Temporomandibular joint pathologies

  • “Click” of the joint
  • Temporomandibular dislocation
  • Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome (Pain of the joints and muscles)

Salivary gland pathologies

  • Obstruction of the gland by salivary stones
  • Mucocele of the lips
  • Sublingual ranula


  • Dental luxation 
  • Intrusion, extrusion or avulsion of the tooth
  • Crown-root fracture of the tooth
  • Fracture of the alveolar process
  • Laceration of soft tissues

Surgical-orthodontic treatments

  • Mini-screw and mini-implants for anchoring
  • Disimpaction of impacted teeth
  • Corticotomy

Hyaluronic acid and botox injections

  • Lip augmentation
  • Wrinkle filling
  • Treatment of bruxism