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Defects and deformations of the maxillofacial area

It is one of the most complicated from a professional point of view and socially important pathologies of maxillo-facial surgery. The treatment of such pathologies in maxillo-facial area is aimed not only at normalization of functions, but also recovery of facial aesthetics and improvement of the quality of the patient’s life. Reparative surgery requires high professionalism and thorough pre-operational planning.

Reparative surgery is indicated in case of:

  • congenital facial anomalies;
  • defects (of soft or bone tissues) after the definitive treatment of facial and neck tumors;
  • defects and deformations that have occurred as the result of sustained facial injuries.

Possibilities of provision of assistance to the patients with facial defects and deformations at Dobrobut clinic chain:

  • thorough pre-operational planning of the upcoming surgical intervention with the use of digital technologies;
  • inviting the doctors of various specialties (microvascular surgeons, neurosurgeons, otorhinolaryngologists, etc.);
  • replacement of defects of soft tissues or facial bones using microvascular techniques;
  • manufacturing of individualized constructions (endoprostheses, templates; fixators, etc.).

Our advantages

  • The team of highly qualified doctors
  • Our own critical care department
  • Use of digital technologies in the planning of surgical interventions
  • Treatment in compliance with international standards
  • Multidisciplinary approach
  • Treatment with reference to individual characteristics of every patient

Bibliography

  1. Diagnostic Criteria for Rhinosinusitis. - SOURCE: Rosenfeld RM, Piccirillo JF, Chandrasekhar, SS, et al. Clinical Practice Guideline: Adult Sinusitis. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. April 2015; 152(S2):s1-s39.
  2. Clinical Practice Guideline: Evaluation of the Neck Mass in Adults. - This guideline was published in the September 2017 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery on September 10.
  3. Clinical Practice Guideline: Opioid Prescribing for Analgesia After Common Otolaryngology Operations. - This guideline was published in the April 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery on April 6.
  4. Full Text Guideline: Surgical management of otitis media with effusion in children. Guideline Developer(s): National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health. Date Released 2008 Feb (reaffirmed 2011).
  5. Article: Impactedwisdom teeth. - Mayo Clinic, 2018

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Defects and deformations of the maxillofacial area

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Doctors Defects and deformations of the maxillofacial area:
6experience (y.)
Osmanov Bekir Khaiserovych
Osmanov Bekir Khaiserovych
Maxillofacial surgeon
8experience (y.)
Terletskyi Rostyslav Olehovych
Terletskyi Rostyslav Olehovych
Maxillofacial surgeon
9experience (y.)
Pavlychuk Tetiana Oleksandrivna
Pavlychuk Tetiana Oleksandrivna
Maxillofacial surgeon
16experience (y.)
Tereshchuk Serhii Antoniiovych
Tereshchuk Serhii Antoniiovych
Maxillofacial surgeon
18experience (y.)
Chepurnyi Yurii Volodymyrovych
Chepurnyi Yurii Volodymyrovych
Maxillofacial surgeon
22experience (y.)
Kopchak Kostiantyn Volodymyrovych
Kopchak Kostiantyn Volodymyrovych
Oncologist; Surgeon
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