Oral diseases

Minor procedures in the mouth can be performed under local anaesthesia. A syringe with a local anaesthetic will be used, like at the dentist’s.

If the procedure is extensive, it will be performed under general anaesthesia. The surgeon will discuss this with you in detail.

The most common ailments are:

  • Tooth extractions
  • Jaw cysts
  • Removal of a lip or tongue string
  • Removal of clogged salivary glands (mucocoele) and stones
  • Dental cleaning (oncological, cardiological, organ transplantation ...)
  • Soft tissue biopsies/excisions

Wisdom teeth

Read more about wisdom teeth.

Infections and cysts

  • Facial infections must always be followed up properly. After all, an infection that is not treated in time can develop into an abscess. This abscess can expand and cause systemic problems. It is therefore important that the physician examines and identifies the cause and the entryway of the infection.

Dental implants

Read more about dental implants here.

Bone reconstruction

Read more about bone reconstruction here.

Facial fractures

Each maxillary fracture requires a specific approach.

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Nasal Syndrome (OSAS)

Read more about obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS) and possible approaches (Mandibular repositioning device (MRD) and jaw correction).

Oral cancer

Read more about oral cancer here.