Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
At University of Maryland Medical Center, our oral and maxillofacial surgery specialists offers high-quality care for your oral or jaw-related problems, providing accurate diagnosis and a comprehensive treatment plans no matter how simple or complex your disease is.
Our physicians are leaders in surgery as well as established researchers, national and international lecturers, and quality patient care providers.
Reasons to visit an oral-maxillofacial surgeon include:
- Aesthetic/cosmetic facial surgery
- Cancer of the oral cavity, jaw, face or neck
- Cleft lip or palate deformities
- Cysts/growth of the oral cavity, jaw or face
- Dental implants
- Facial and jaw reconstruction following cancer/tumor surgery
- Facial bone realignment
- Jaw alignment
- Jaw joint repair (TMJ surgery)
- Osteoradionecrosis or other jaw bone-related infection
- Salivary gland issues
- Tooth extraction
The University of Maryland Medical Center is associated with two oral-maxillofacial practices, one inside the hospital and one just blocks away. Both locations are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for diagnosis and outpatient treatment, with both local and general anesthesia.
For Health Professionals
Through the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, we offer two residency tracks per year (one four-year position and two six-year positions), several one-year internship positions and a fellowship in oral-head and neck oncology/microvascular surgery.
Learn more about the UM School of Dentistry's oral-max residency and fellowship opportunities.