Maxillofacial treatments & surgery can revolutionize your appearance, improve functionality, and enhance your overall oral health, no matter how complicated the case.


Maxillofacial: Beyond Aesthetics

Al Safwa Medical Center offers comprehensive maxillofacial services, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the face, jaws, and mouth.

Their team of skilled maxillofacial surgeons provides a wide range of treatments, including corrective jaw surgery, facial trauma management, oral pathology diagnosis, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder treatment.

With advanced technology and surgical techniques, Al Safwa Medical Center LLC ensures optimal outcomes and patient satisfaction. They prioritize patient comfort and provide personalized care plans tailored to individual needs.

Whether addressing functional or aesthetic concerns, the center strives to deliver exceptional maxillofacial care and improve overall oral and facial well-being.

The Comprehensive Benefits

Facial maxillary surgery is a pathway to a more appealing smile and a comprehensive solution for many oral and maxillofacial issues. From correcting jaw misalignments to resolving speech and chewing difficulties, the benefits go beyond cosmetic improvements.

Expert Care, Exceptional Outcomes

At the heart of our service is a team of seasoned surgical experts. Their profound expertise in facial maxillary surgery matches their commitment to achieving exceptional outcomes for each patient. We blend skill with compassionate care, ensuring a patient-centered experience from consultation to recovery.

Understanding Facial Maxillary Surgery

Demystifying the Procedure

Facial maxillary surgery, also known as orthognathic surgery, involves correcting irregularities of the jaw bones and realigning the jaws and teeth to improve their function and appearance. That procedure is not just for enhancing facial symmetry but also for treating conditions like sleep apnea and TMJ disorders. Besides, in some cases, it’s a part of an orthodontic treatment.

State-of-the-Art Techniques and Technologies

We employ the latest in surgical technology and techniques. From 3D imaging for precise surgical planning to minimally invasive procedures, our approach ensures safety, accuracy, and faster recovery times.

Preparing for Your Surgery

Preparing for facial maxillary surgery is a critical step toward a successful outcome. Our maxillofacial dentists assist you with everything from pre-operative nutrition to arranging post-surgery care, ensuring you are fully prepared for your transformation journey.

Post-Surgery Care and Recovery

Ensuring a Smooth and Swift Recovery

Recovery is a crucial phase of your surgical journey. We provide detailed post-operative care instructions, tips to reduce discomfort, and strategies to expedite the healing process, all tailored to your specific surgery and needs.


It’s a specialty focusing on surgery of the face, jaw, and mouth, including corrective jaw surgery and treatment of facial traumas.

Individuals with jaw misalignment, facial bone issues, TMJ disorders, or those who have experienced facial trauma may require this type of surgery.

Improvements can include enhanced functionality, appearance, and relief from pain or discomfort related to the conditions treated.

Preparation typically involves consultations, medical evaluations, and following specific pre-surgical instructions provided by the surgeon.

Health Tips & Info

Maxillofacial conditions necessitate expert care. Below are helpful health tips and insights regarding these conditions:

  1. Ensure excellent oral cleanliness to avert dental and maxillofacial problems.
  2. Use suitable safety equipment while engaging in sports or activities with potential facial injury risks.
  3. Promptly seek medical care for any facial injuries or fractures.
  4. Surgical intervention for jaw correction can resolve both functional and aesthetic issues.
  5. If experiencing jaw pain or movement challenges due to TMJ disorders, seek a specialist’s evaluation and treatment.
  6. Routine visits to the dentist are key in identifying and treating oral pathologies.
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