Melbourne Implant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery is located in our purpose-built rooms at 361 Whitehorse Road, NUNAWADING Victoria 3131.
Our practice provides specialist Oral & Maxillofacial services including:
Our procedures can be performed under local anaesthetic, general anaesthetic or intravenous sedation (in hospital).
Marks’ subspecialist interests are in Implantology particulary with 3D planning, Orthognathic Surgery, Bone Grafting, Dentoalveolar Surgery and Facial Trauma.
Outside of work Mark is a keen Tennis Player and Gardener.
Ken's subspecialist interests are in Orthognathic Surgery, Implantology, Computer Aided Surgical Planning, Dentoalveolar Surgery, Fascial Aesthetic Procedure
Outside of work Ken enjoys getting into the kitchen and cooking.
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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons cover a wide range or oral and facial surgery. Procedures include the removal of wisdom teeth and insertion of dental implants to the correction of facial deformities, facial fractures and the treatment of tumours and other pathological conditions
Wisdom teeth can become impacted, cause orthodontic problems, infection, pain or ulcers and require extraction. Wisdom teeth can become impacted, cause orthodontic problems, infection, pain or ulcers and require extraction.
Canine teeth or other teeth may be impacted and require exposure and orthodontic treatment to help align them. Some badly displaced or crowded teeth may require removal
An implant(s) placed into the upper or lower jaw provide(s) a base to attached an artificial tooth (crown) or a dental prosthesis (bridge).
If an implant needs more bone to hold onto, a bone graft may be necessary. This bone is usually taken from another part of the jaw or hip. Sometimes artificial bone is used.
Orthognathic surgery is performed to position the jaws into the correct relationship. These procedures may improve a person's ability to chew and speak as well as to provide the best facial aesthetics.
Facial fractures may be caused by accidents (motor vehicle, sporting) or violence. Fractures treated by Maxillofacial Surgeons include those of the (Cheekbones, Eye Socket, Jaws, Nose, Skull).