Tumors Related to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

  • Cysts – Excision of Odontogenic and Non-Odontegenic Cysts and Tumors of the hard and soft oral tissues
  • Biopsy – as relates to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Glossectomy (Tongue Lesions), Partial (Non-malignant)
  • Jaw – Division of Jawbone (Mandible/Maxilla)
  • Jaw – Excision Joint Structure of Jaw
  • Jaw – Excision Jawbone
  • Jaw – Excision Lesion Jaw
  • Jaw – Incision of Jaw
  • Lip Lesions – Excision of non-malignant Lip Lesions with Repair
  • Lip Lesions—Secondary reconstruction of lip
  • Mandibulectomy – Partial or Total (Non-malignant)
  • Maxillectomy, Partial (Non-malignant)
  • Oral Tissue Defects – Reconstruction of Hard and Soft Oral Tissue Defects
  • Sialolithotomy (Salivary Gland Stones)
  • Sialodochoplasty (Salivary Gland Reconstruction)
  • Sublingual Gland, Excision of
  • Submandibular Gland, Excision of suspected benign process

Trauma

  • Alveolar Fractures – Open and closed reduction, including fixation
  • Arch bar & prosthetic Device Application
  • Bone plate/wire Osteosynthesis (Fracture repairs)
  • Closure and Repair of Fistula
  • Fracture of Midface(Cheek, nose, upper jaw)– (Lefort I, II, III) open and closed reduction
  • Fracture of Mandible – Open and closed reduction, including fixation
  • Insertion Extraoral Pin Fixation
  • Jaw – Reduction/Dislocation Jaw, TMJ
  • Lacerations
    • Ear
    • Facial and Neck
    • Intraoral
    • Scalp
    • Scar Revision
  • Maxillary Fracture – Closed reduction
  • Maxillary Fracture – Open reduction, including fixation
  • Nasal Orbito Ethmoid Complex/Upper Face (open and closed reduction)
  • Orbital Blowout Fractures – Open and closed reduction
  • Orbital Blowout Fractures—Minimally invasive, Endoscopic
  • Orbital Rim Fractures – Open and closed reduction
  • Retrieval of Foreign Body
  • Scar Revisions
  • Nasal Fractures – Open and closed reduction
  • Temoporomandibular Joint Surgery
  • Zygomatico Maxillary Complex Fractures – Open and closed reduction, including fixation
  • Zygomatic Arch Fractures – Open and closed reduction