Dedicated to continuous surgical excellence
Being unable to close the front or back teeth.
An excessive amount of gum showing at rest or when smiling
Disharmony between the two sides of the face.
Overgrown protrusive lower jaw, the mandible.
Underdeveloped lower jaw, the mandible.
Surgery to the chin with a genioplasty or a chin implant to alter shape, enlarge or reduce a chin
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA)
MANDIBULAR ADVANCEMENT SPLINTS
A temporary solution for minor to moderate cases of Sleep Apnoea.
Moving the hard and soft tissues of the face so as to enlarge the upper airway and allow increased airflow. Orthognathic surgery has revolutionised the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea in the last decade. It has been shown to be one of the most effective methods of resolving or vastly improving OSA such that the need for CPAP is either removed entirely or greatly diminished. It matches and surpasses in many respects CPAP as a treatment option in many patients. The fundamental principle is that by moving the skeletal components of the face we can increase the upper airway passageways in such a manner that the soft tissues of the tongue, nasal passageway mouth and oropharynx get splinted forward, widen and enlarge, reducing or eliminating OSA and the need for night time mandibular advancement splints and CPAP or reducing their use.
Implants placed under local or General Anaesthesia in the jaws to replace teeth
A graft taken from another part of the body to restore either bone, fat, mucous membrane, skin or tissue.
Implants that are placed when there is insufficient bone in the jaws.
Improving the appearance of cheekbones: cheek implants, injections of fillers or autologous fat.
Chin surgery. A surgical intervention that offers aesthetic results for the chin.
Treatment to eliminate wrinkles and imperfections that appear on the skin of the eyelids.
Surgery to correct the size or shape of the nose.
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
WISDOM TOOTH SURGERY
Early extraction of the wisdom tooth helps avoid serious complications to teeth or to the facial nerves.
(TMJ) is the joint formed by the upper part of the mandible and the temporal bone of the skull.
SALIVARY GLAND TUMOURS
Tumours that tend to grow and cause facial deformity, irritation and pain, as well as affect the facial nerve.
HEAD & NECK PATHOLOGY
Mouth lesions, lumps and bumps of the face and neck and tumours
Injuries to the soft tissue of the face
DENTAL IMPLANT PROSTHESES
We work with Prosthodontists and Orthodontists of the highest calibre to whom we can refer you.
Medical Legal & Medical Negligence Cases
If you are a law firm dealing with medical legal or medical negligence please contact Mr. Heliotis for a case that may be in question at firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. Heliotis has expertise in this field in all aspects of Maxillofacial Surgery. His position as Divisional Clinical Director for Surgery, St. Marks, and anaesthetics has given him a vast experience and exposure on a daily basis to all aspects of ethics and the law in medicine relative to giving objective, clear opinions in this field.