Superspecielty Consultation for Mouth, Face and Jaw problems

Dr. Krishna Regmi

BDS,MDS

Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

NMC No : 11397

About

Dr. Krishna Regmi (BDS, MDS ) is NMC registered Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon.He is currently working in Chitwan area. He has ample experience in the field of Oral surgery, Maxillofacial Surgery . Treating problems of Mouth , face and jaw is the expertised skill of Oral Maxillo-Facial Surgery Super Specialty.

Services

Facial Injury /Trauma Surgery

If you or a loved one suffer a facial or mouth injury requiring a trip to the emergency room, you should consult with an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. With their background and training, OMSs are the specialists uniquely qualified to deal with these types of injuries.

Oral Soft-tissue Surgery

While surgeries involving your teeth and jaw bones are considered hard-tissue surgeries, there are a number of surgeries that involve the gums, cheeks, tongue and lips. These surgeries are called soft-tissue surgeries and are performed by a trained oral and maxillofacial surgeon.

Extractions and Dentoalveolar Surgery

The surgical management of soft and hard tissues is at the core of what oral and maxillofacial surgeons are trained to do. Dentoalveolar surgeries are ones that involve the alveolar bone and the supporting structures. This can include removal of impacted teeth (such as wisdom teeth), bone grafting (in preparation for dental implants), removal of cysts or tumors in the jaw, and support for orthodontic treatment.

Maxillofacial Surgery Services

Cleft Lip / Palate and Craniofacial Surgery; Corrective Jaw Surgery; Dental & Maxillifacial Implant Surgery; Extractions and Dentoalveolar Surgery; Facial Cosmetic Surgery; Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA); Oral Soft-tissue Surgery; Oral, Head and Neck Pathology; Surgery to Assist Orthodontics; TMJ and Facial Pain; Wisdom Teeth Management; Safe Use and Disposal of Prescription ; Drugs; Nutrition After OMS Surgery.

Dental Implant Surgery

Dental implants are surgically placed into your jawbone. They are a long-term solution to missing teeth (edentulism)

Facial Cosmetic Surgery

Cheekbone implants ; Chin surgery ; Ear surgery; Eyelid surgery ; Facelift or mini facelift; Forehead/brow lift ; Lip enhancements; Nasal reconstruction; Dimple Creation

Wisdom Teeth Management

Generally, a wisdom tooth should be removed if it presents with: Dental pain; Poor oral hygiene; Infection ; Periodontal (gum) disease; Cavities ; Cysts, tumors or other pathology; Damage to neighboring teeth.

TMJ and Facial Pain

Treatment may include short-term, non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs , bite plate or splint therapy, and tress management counseling. If non-surgical treatment is unsuccessful or if there is clear joint damage, surgery may be indicated-arthrocentesis, arthroscopy.

Surgery to Assist Orthodontics

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons and orthodontists often work together to give patients a functional and aesthetic smile. You may be referred to an OMS for procedures such as tooth extraction(s), exposing of an impacted tooth or as a part of orthognathic treatment (corrective jaw surgery).

Oral, Head and Neck Pathology

Some of the signs and symptoms of oral, head and neck pathology appear early on – when treatments are most effective. These signs include: White (leukoplakia) ,Red (erythroplakia) or Mixed (erythroleukoplakia) patches; Sores (ulcerations), particularly those that bleed easily and have failed to heal ; Abnormal thickening of oral tissue ; Masses or lumps ; Enlarged lymph nodes in the neck ; Unexplained numbness .

Nutrition After OMS Surgery

You should avoid carbonated beverages, drinking through a straw, vigorous tooth brushing and mouth rinsing and other activities that could disrupt clotting and the healing process. Immediately after jaw surgery, your OMS may inform you will not be able to eat solid foods.

Cleft Lip / Palate and Craniofacial Surgery

An individual with a cleft lip and/or palate can expect to undergo multiple sequential surgeries over the first 18 years of his or her life. These surgeries create a functional lip and palate, aid in proper speech development, reduce middle ear problems, help reduce social stigmas and aid in the proper development of the teeth and facial bones.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Depending on whether your OSA is mild, moderate or severe, your OMS will select the treatment that is best for you-from behavior modification to oral appliances to an air pressure device. Surgery may be a good alternative for some patients, Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP); Hyoid Suspension; Genioglossus Advancement (GGA); Maxillomandibular Advancement (MMA)

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