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What are the different procedures in OMS


Posted on 6/20/2022 by Dr. Chad Rebhun
What are the different procedures in OMSOral maxillofacial surgery is a specialty in dentistry that encompasses the surgical realm of the field. It includes invasive procedures of the oral cavity, maxilla region, face, neck, and head. OMF surgeons primarily work with other surgeons on different conditions to generate a comprehensive approach to treating and diagnosing dental diseases.

Procedures performed by an OMF surgeon


All pain and anxiety control areas, including general anesthesia/deep sedation and conscious sedation, are taught to OMSs. Their education focuses on ambulatory anesthesia and airway control, readying them to provide safe and effective anesthesia in operations. Orthognathic surgery is used to treat jaw and face bone growth anomalies throughout childhood. Malocclusion is common in patients with specific disorders. The repositioning of jaws in OMS helps improve occlusion, therefore, restoring function and also helps aesthetically enhance facial appearance.

Congenital and acquired abnormalities of the maxilla and facial regions, such as cleft lip and palate, are surgically corrected by OMSs. Cleft and craniofacial surgery are most common in youngsters. Patients with cleft and craniofacial defects are typically managed by a multidisciplinary team, which is required to rectify any additional surgeries.

OMS procedures also include jaw and face bone treatment, soft and complex tissue abnormalities leftover from pathology excision or previous trauma. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons use the same techniques when performing cosmetic operations to improve problems caused by undesired facial characteristics or aging.

The diagnosis and surgery and non-surgical management of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders are covered in OMS training. It also covers the differential diagnosis of pain in the head, neck, and face. This broad understanding enables the patient to reclaim normal function while removing discomfort.

OMS also deals with treating and repairing maxillofacial trauma and injuries that leave bones fractured. OMS procedures are also part of OMS procedures, reconstructive procedures for maxillofacial skeletal deformities, dentoalveolar surgeries, and management of pathologic disorders of the head, neck, and maxillofacial area.

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