Treatments are usually performed under local or general anesthesia, prioritizing the comfort of patients. The care and recovery process after the jaw surgery intervention varies depending on the procedure performed. These interventions are performed to increase the health and freedom of life of the person. There are a wide range of treatment options for oral, dental and maxillofacial health.
Patients are often curious about the answer to the question “Does oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery fill?“. Oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery is generally not directly responsible for filling residues. Filling applications are usually performed by dentists or restorative dentists. The filling process picks up where it left off with the removal of decay and the filling of the remains, thus preserving the strength and protection of the tooth. However, in some special cases, it is possible to combine filling with oral, dental and maxillofacial surgery.
For example, after a tooth extraction, a bone filling can be applied to the area where the jawbone is missing before a dental implant is placed. In this case, the maxillofacial surgeon can perform bone filling casting to properly preserve the implant.