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Oral cavity surgeries are performed for removing tumors or growth in the oral cavity or for cancers on the floor of the mouth, of the tongue, inside the cheek, gums or in the palate. More often, surgery is the most preferred treatment method even in the initial stage of the disease. QueenHauora’s team of experts from multidiscipline has peerless experience in diagnosing and performing such surgeries. Common types of surgical procedures include glossectomy, mandibulectomy, palatectomy, maxillectomy, laryngectomy, surgery of the floor of mouth and cheek.


Reconstructive surgery is dealing with the restoration of function and appearance of an organ or rectification of deformities occurred due to congenital defects, accidental injuries, burns, trauma or medical conditions such as cancer. Reconstructive surgeries are meant for rebuilding spoiled or destroyed parts of the organ. Reconstructive surgeries of face, head, neck, cleft lip and palate are the commonly performed in oral and maxillofacial surgeries.

    Reconstruction surgery specialisations :

  •   Facial Reconstruction
  •   Neck reconstruction
  •   Cleft lip & plate repair
  •   Craniosynostosis surgery
  •   Septoplasty


Orthognathic surgery or corrective jaw surgery is advised for realigning dentofacial conditions of maxilla, mandible or chin and ensure their form and function. In patients, the surgery will improve the alignment of upper and lower teeth (occlusion), optimize the facial proportion and correct the problem of obstructive sleep apnea. Apart from the jaw deformities, it also takes care of the adjunctive procedures to modify the soft and hard tissue contours.

    Orthognathic surgery is recommended treatment for :

  •   Bite discrepancies (overbite, underbite, crossbite, open bite)
  •   Facial Asymmetry
  •   Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  •   Under-developed Jaw
  •   Cleft lip & cleft palate
  •   Hemifacial microsomia
  •   Trecher Collins Syndrome


The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ), is a joint which connects jawbone to the skull. Any disorder in TMJ makes your jaw difficult to move up and down, talk and chew causing you lot of pain, stiffness and restriction in jaw movement
Doctors will advise you a TMJ surgery if the conventional treatments such as oral splints, mouth guards etc become unsuccessful. In most of the cases, a surgery can fully restore the normal functions of TMJ


Any surgery related to teeth and the alveolar bone is termed as dento-alveolar surgery. From simple tooth extraction to some of the complex procedures inclusive of the dentate segment of maxilla and mandible. Dento-alveolar surgery is recommended to avoid infection that originate in or around the tooth, get rid of erupted or impacted teeth, manage periradicular pathologies or to restore anatomical form.

    Dento-alveolar surgery covers :

  •   Tooth extraction
  •   Bone material removal & reshaping
  •   Soft tissue repair
  •   Removal of noncancerous lesion/cysts
  •   Enhancement of the alveolar bone