TREATMENT FOR ADULT MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY (MANDIBULAR CONDYLAR PROCESS FRACTURES): SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS OF CLINICAL TRIALS
The jawbone is the long bone that covers the chin and the corners of the face to the ears on both sides of your face. The ends of the jawbones (vertebrae), on either side of the face, are rounded into a ball that forms the part of the jaw joint that is just in front of your ears. Jaw fractures are the third most common facial fractures after nose and cheek fractures. Maxillofacial surgery fellowships are one of the ten specialties in dentistry. This specialty includes the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, injuries and defects related to both functional and aesthetic aspects, including hard and soft tissue in the head and neck. The scope of this expertise is very wide. The scope of this expertise is from tooth extraction to the treatment of complex facial fractures. This type of surgery is performed both in private hospitals and in public maxillofacial surgery hospitals. Oral and maxillofacial surgery specialists are able to perform surgery and correct the injury site according to the type of trauma caused to the face, mouth, or jaw. In this surgery, incisions are made by the surgeon in the jaw bones, and after placing them in the correct position, it does not leave any marks or scars.
Maxillofacial Surgery, Mandibular Condylar Process Fractures, Treatment of Diseases, Jaw Bones.