Pain, swelling and numbness are usual symptoms of pathological processes, such as tumours or infections, that affect the salivary glands. To alleviate these symptoms, diagnose conditions and prevent aggravation of these processes, salivary gland surgery may be recommended. Mr Robert Goddard, highly revered consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon, explains what this procedure entails and what patients can expect afterwards.
Here, highly experienced and skilled London-based consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Miss Natasha Berridge, details what exactly jawline augmentation is, and outlines both the surgical and non-surgical options for enhancing one's jawline.
When should wisdom teeth be removed? Read our latest article here to find out, as highly experienced and revered consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Professor Andrew Sidebottom, reveals when having them removed is a must, and also offers some alternatives to having them take out.
Oral cancer is becoming more and more prevalent in the UK and around the world. Leading head and neck reconstructive surgeon Mr Nicholas Kalavrezos considers this conditions' symptoms, diagnosis and treatment - and further factors involved - in expert detail.
Professor Kavin Andi asks: 'Is AR in medicine safer than non-assisted procedures?' Its' capabilities mean that it can assist in surgery planning, patient treatment and helps to explain complex medical situations. However, it may have disadvantages. The award-winning consultant oral and maxilio surgeon and head and neck surgeon speaks to Top Doctors about this new technological concept.
In the second and final part of this article series, consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon Mr Kunmi Fasanmade outlines some of the treatment options, as well as their pros and cons, for anyone suffering from wisdom tooth pain.
In the first of a two-part article series, respected consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon Mr Kunmi Fasanmade shares his extensive knowledge regarding wisdom teeth, including eruption, why we have them and why they hurt.
Tumours can grow on our salivary glands, either being benign or malignant. In both cases, the tumours have to be removed. Awarded consultant maxillofacial surgeon Professor Kavin Andi explains why the procedure is necessary and what to expect if you undergo the operation.
When there is a gap between your teeth, there are different options to fill the space. One option, and the most recommended option, is having a dental implant inserted. Professor Andrew Sidebottom, a highly-trained maxillofacial surgeon, provides information about what the procedure is, what is involved, and what to expect.
If infection or cysts continue to be a problem in the root canal of a tooth, an apicectomy may be recommended. Professor Andrew Sidebottom, a highly-trained maxillofacial surgeon, provides information about what the procedure is, what is involved and what to expect.