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Face and Jaw Surgery

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are specialists who diagnose and treat injuries, diseases, and defects that afflict the:

  • mouth
  • teeth
  • jaws
  • face.

They also evaluate sensory disturbances of the mouth and face and treat (More)


Understanding Face and Jaw Surgery

  • A Closer Look at Anesthesia and the Brain
  • For Irreparably Damaged Teeth, Dental Implants Offer Safe and Permanent Fix
  • Online Pre-Anesthesia Interview
  • Prevention of Oral Diseases/Dental Problems
  • Watch Your Mouth! (Multi-media partnership)
  • Guidelines for Pureed Meals - Proper Nutrition on a Pureed Diet
  • Recipes for Pureed Foods - Beverages, Shakes and Desserts
  • Recipes for Pureed Foods - Entrees, Vegetables, and Salads
  • Recipes for Pureed Meals - Breakfast, Fruit and Yogurt Blends
  • Recipes for Pureed Meals - Soups

  • Commonly Asked Questions


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  • Hardened Edema on Jaw Line
  • Jaw dislocation
  • Jaw popping
  • Lower Jaw Surgery: A Knot in Jaw Muscle?
  • Lower Mandibular Tori
  • Myasthenia Gravis - Frequently Asked Questions
  • Prolonged numbness
  • Removing jaw wires
  • Treatment of Torus Mandibularis

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    Last Updated: Jul 29, 2014