Departments
27 Prosthodontics Department
27 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department
27 Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Department
27 Orthodontics Department
27 Pedodontics Department
27 Periodontology Department
27 Endodontics Department
27 Restorative Dentistry Department
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is the speciality of dentistry, which includes the diagnosis, surgical treatment of injuries and defects involving both the functional and aesthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial region.

Following the latest technology developments, we provide a contemporary treatment in our department. We are serving with four assistant professors and 1 research assistant.  3, 4 and 5 training of students are providing theoretical and practical service under the supervision of our faculty members and research assistants

Following procedures are performed in our clinic:

1. Tooth extraction,

2. İmpacted tooth surgery ,

3. Jaw and surrounding tissues of the cyst treatment  

4. Jaw tumors and treatment ,

5. Maxillofacial traumatology and jaw fractures  

6. Preprosthetic surgery,

7. Maxillo-facial region pain,

8. Temporomandibular joint disorder treatment ,

9. Odontogenic infection treating,

10. Salivary gland treating diseases ,

11. Oral disease diagnosis and

12. Treatment of dental implantology. 

 

ORAL AND MAXİLLOFACİAL SURGERY DIS 317

Principles of surgery, Management Of Patients with Compromising Medical conditions, Prevention and Management of Medical Emergencies, Wound repair, Infection Control in Surgical Practice, Principles of Exodontia, Armamentarium for Basic Oral Surgery, Principles of Management of Impacted Teeth, Principles of Differential Diagnosis and Biopsy, Principles of Endodontic Surgery, Prophylactic and therapeutic use of antibiotics and drugs in dentistry.

 DENTAL ANESTHESIA DIS319

 

Describe the relationship between pain and anesthesia, Which methods of dental anesthesia and identify which agents are applied, Identify areas of use of sedation in dentistry, Identify the location of general anesthesia in dentistry, Complications that may occur during and after anesthesia, and define how to deal with these complications.

 ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY DIS415

Odontogenic inflammations and principles of treatment, oral treatment of pathological lesions, pre-prosthetic surgical procedures, osteomyelitis, maxillary sinus diseases, salivary gland diseases, dentoalveolar fractures

  ORAL DISEASES DIS419

Functions of normal oral mucosa, oral mucosa occurring trauma, generalized oral mucosal diseases, oral diseases, investigation methods, principles of treatment of oral diseases, oral mucosal infections, and treatment of recurrent mouth ulcers, diseases of lip and tongue, salivary gland dysfunction, facial swelling, Oral precancerous lesions, developmental white lesions, inflammatory excessive growths, neoplasia, skin diseases and symptoms of dry mouth, dry mouth symptoms of gastrointestinal diseases, blood diseases, the symptoms of dry mouth.

 ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY DIS517

Evaluation of TMJ disorders, atypical facial pain, neuralgia, trauma pains, muscle, bone, skeletal system, the associated pain, jaw bones and reactive metabolic diseases, electrosurgery, cryosurgery, maxillofacial trauma, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery malignancies flap techniques used in the near and far.

 MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY DIS519

Dentofacial disorders and their causes, surgical treatment planning of patients with dentofacial disorders, Orthognathic surgery, jaw-facial distraction osteogenesis applications, lip and palate, mouth cancer, tumors of the jaw-facial surgical principles, In-patient care.

 IMPLANTOLOGY DIS 532

Implant types, anatomical and histological characteristics of peri-implant tissues, indications, alternatives, implementation techniques and complications of the superstructure, implant supported prostheses.

 DUS

 World examples as seen in specialist training curriculum oral and maxillofacial surgery specialist disciplines of treatment protocols covered by the invasive surgery techniques, applying local and general operating of patients with outpatient or inpatient observation, examination, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation to ensure that they qualified specialists to educate and train is intended to provide
With a specialized training
 curriculum prepared in accordance with international standardsour department in our university aims to train competent professionals to meet the needs of the country, as well as the expertise of the education institutions and aims to create standards.

Contact Information of Department

BULENT ECEVİT UNİVERSİTY

DEPARTMENT OF ORAL AND MAXİLLOFACİAL SURGERY

Phone: 0372 261 35 47

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