Reconstructive Surgery

Maxillofacial reconstructive surgery is defined as a surgical correction of a substantial defect involving the face such as a protruding jaw, facial fractures congenital facial deformities and tumor ablative surgery. If you have multiple oral health problems that affect your teeth and supporting tissue, facial deformities or functional problems, you may need reconstructive surgery. The top surgeons at Rutgers Health University Dental Associates have performed many reconstructive surgeries, including repairs of severe disfigurements resulting from congenital conditions and trauma as well as microsurgical repairs of nerve injuries. To discuss your situation, schedule an appointment with our expert dentists and specialists.

Am I A Good Candidate for Reconstructive Surgery?

From facial trauma to oral cancer, reconstructive surgery may be required to rebuild soft and hard tissues to restore normal function and appearance. Reconstructive surgery is often needed to replace missing teeth, correct faulty bites, help heal facial fractures and reconstruct missing soft and bony tissues. If left untreated, conditions such as these may lead to future problems. Reconstructive surgeries can range from simple to complex, and based on your age, injury and other factors, you may or may not be a good candidate. It’s best to consult with an experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeon who can decide if your condition warrants surgical treatment.

Make An Appointment At Rutgers Health University Dental Associates

At Rutgers Health University Dental Associates, we have access to the latest technology, letting our world-class oral and maxillofacial surgeons give you a precise diagnosis and develop a treatment plan suited to your specific needs. For more information on our reconstructive surgery services or to see if we accept your insurance plan, contact our New Brunswick or Newark office today.