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A smile is an expression that spreads positivity in the world. The smile looks good with the healthy teeth and injuries free mouth. Injured teeth and diseased mouth can ruin your most preferable expression, i.e., Smile. Moreover, injured teeth and diseased mouth affects the digestive system badly. Dental problems are a major concern nowadays because these lead to bad quality of life. We all want to avoid any health problems. If you have a problem with breathing, learn how to adjust the nostrils by visiting your doctor. If you have a problem with your dental health, you can visit your dentist to solve your dental problem.

Extraction of the diseased or damaged tooth was like walking on the fire. But the invention of Anesthesia was the epic discovery made by the scientists. Anesthesia is the crucial tool in the oral & maxillofacial surgery as it prevents and conquers over the indescribable pain.

Oral Surgery is the diagnosis and treatment of damaged, malfunctioned or diseased soft and hard tissue of the oral and maxillofacial region. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery involves the procedures of cutting and removing tissue from the mouth. The extraction of tooth, gum surgery and dental implants are the main procedures of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. An Oral Oral & Maxillofacial SurgerySurgeon is a special dentist who performs the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery; who has qualified the post-graduate specialty degree in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

The main disorder treated by Oral Surgery is the removal of last teeth to erupt in the mouth which is known as ‘Wisdom Teeth.’ Wisdom Teeth is extracted because it never grows or aligns properly with the other teeth in the mouth. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons possess and utilize their knowledge and skills to treat the facial traumas or injuries. An increasing percentage of motor vehicle accidents falls, sports injuries are the main causes of facial trauma. Facial injuries consist of facial lacerations, intraoral lacerations: avulsed teeth, fractured facial bones, and fractured jaws. Maxillofacial trauma is treated by bone fixation, fracture fixation or bone plating. The procedure of bone plating includes the insertion of three -dimensional titanium mini-plates which are proved very successful in the in the stabilization of fractured bones in the maxillofacial region.

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