Salus Medical Group


Transformative Maxillofacial Surgery: Your Path to a Renewed Smile

Masillofacial Surgery

Welcome to Salus Medical Group, your premier destination for top-quality oral and maxillofacial surgery. Our dedicated team of experts specializes in the art of restoring and enhancing the appearance and functionality of the face, mouth, jaws, and neck. Whether you require treatment for facial injuries, oral diseases, cleft lip and palate concerns, or cosmetic facial surgery, we possess the extensive expertise and experience needed to deliver exceptional results. Trust us to help you achieve your desired outcome and regain your confidence.

Our clients benefit from our inside access and knowledge of the Healthcare System, as well as our ability to negotiate discounted prices on healthcare and medical service. In a time when your health is of utmost concern, we take away the burden and worry from you by connecting you with some of the best surgeons and healthcare systems to meet your healthcare demands.

Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery

When it comes to the complex and intricate realm of maxillofacial surgery, Salus Medical Group stands at the forefront of excellence. Our skilled team of surgeons specializes in a wide range of procedures aimed at restoring both the form and function of the face, mouth, jaws, and neck. With a commitment to delivering exceptional results and personalized care, we offer a comprehensive array of services that address various conditions and needs. Explore the following bullet points to gain a better understanding of the diverse aspects that fall under the domain of maxillofacial surgery.

Surgical Oral Restoration

Surgical Oral Restoration

  • Restoration and enhancement of facial appearance and function
  • Treatment for facial injuries, fractures, and trauma
  • Correction of jaw abnormalities and misalignment
  • Extraction of impacted teeth, including wisdom teeth
  • Oral pathology and treatment of oral diseases
  • Reconstruction of facial bones and soft tissues
  • Correction of cleft lip and palate
  • Dental implant placement and bone grafting
  • Treatment for temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders
  • Cosmetic facial surgery for aesthetic improvements
  • Collaborative approach with other specialists for comprehensive care

Maxillofacial Surgical Procedures

Welcome to our comprehensive list of common reasons for undergoing maxillofacial surgery. Maxillofacial surgery encompasses a diverse range of procedures aimed at addressing various conditions and concerns related to the face, mouth, jaws, and neck. From treating facial injuries and jaw abnormalities to performing reconstructive surgeries and cosmetic enhancements, our expert surgeons at Salus Medical Group are here to provide you with the highest level of care. Explore the following points to gain insight into the reasons individuals may seek maxillofacial surgery and discover how our team can help you achieve optimal results for your specific needs.

Maxillofacial Reconstructive/Cosmetic Surgery

  1. Facial injuries: Maxillofacial surgery is often necessary to treat fractures, wounds, or other traumatic injuries to the face, including broken jaws, facial bone fractures, or soft tissue damage.

  2. Jaw abnormalities and misalignment: Maxillofacial surgery can correct jaw deformities, such as overbites, underbites, or crossbites, improving the bite, alignment, and overall function of the jaw.

  3. Impacted teeth: When teeth, particularly wisdom teeth, do not fully emerge or grow in the correct position, maxillofacial surgery can be performed to remove them and prevent complications.

  4. Oral diseases and pathology: Maxillofacial surgery can address various oral conditions, including oral cancer, cysts, tumors, infections, or other abnormalities affecting the mouth, jaw, or facial structures.

  5. Cleft lip and palate: Maxillofacial surgeons play a crucial role in the treatment of cleft lip and palate, performing surgeries to repair the cleft and improve speech, feeding, and overall facial aesthetics.

  6. Facial reconstruction: Maxillofacial surgeons are skilled in reconstructive procedures to restore facial bones and soft tissues damaged by trauma, disease, or congenital abnormalities.

  7. Dental implants and bone grafting: Maxillofacial surgeons often collaborate with dentists to place dental implants, perform bone grafts, and restore missing teeth, improving both function and aesthetics.

  8. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders: Maxillofacial surgery may be recommended for severe cases of TMJ disorders that do not respond to conservative treatments, addressing issues like joint pain, jaw locking, or difficulty in jaw movement.

  9. Cosmetic facial surgery: Maxillofacial surgeons can perform cosmetic procedures, such as rhinoplasty, chin augmentation, or facial rejuvenation, to enhance facial features and improve overall appearance.

Salus Medical Group would like to emphasize that while the following list provides an overview of common areas and procedures in the field of maxillofacial surgery, it is not an exhaustive compilation. Our team is adept at addressing a wide range of conditions and needs within this specialized discipline, ensuring that you receive comprehensive and tailored care for your unique situation. Contact us at 1888-283-5043, or click here for a free quote.