Providing Exceptional Dental Services

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS) encompasses a broad spectrum of surgical procedures aimed at treating conditions affecting the mouth, jaws, face, and neck. From routine tooth extractions and dental implants to complex orthognathic surgeries correcting jaw abnormalities, OMS specialists are trained to address a wide range of issues. They also play a pivotal role in managing facial trauma, oral pathology, and congenital deformities like cleft lip and palate. Whether restoring function, alleviating pain, or enhancing aesthetics, OMS surgeons employ advanced techniques and interdisciplinary approaches to provide comprehensive care to their patients.

Our Specialist

Dr. Amani Ali Hassan

Dr. Amani Ali Hassan

Dr. Hassan Alwaa

Dr. Hassan Alwaa

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With the best doctors in Abu Dhabi managing your oral health and hygiene, you will have no cause for concern. So if you have any trouble with your teeth, and need to get that cleared  with the help of advanced technologies and skilled experts, you’ve made the right call by coming to Summerland. Book an appointment with our dental experts today, and take your dental health to the highest level of excellence.

Frequently asked questions

Please review our FAQs, which cover the questions most commonly asked by our clients.

You should consider seeing an OMS specialist for various reasons, including impacted wisdom teeth, jaw misalignment, facial trauma, oral pathology (such as cysts or tumors), dental implant placement, or corrective jaw surgery.

During a wisdom tooth extraction, the surgeon will typically administer anesthesia to numb the area and may provide sedation for relaxation. They will then remove the tooth, possibly by sectioning it into smaller pieces for easier extraction.

Recovery from orthognathic surgery can take several weeks to months, depending on the extent of the surgery and individual healing factors. Initially, you may experience swelling, bruising, and difficulty eating, but these symptoms gradually improve over time.