GALLERY

CASE 1

ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY - FACE RESHAPING & CONTOURING SURGERY


CASE 2

TM JOINT FRACTURES

OPEN REDUCTION & INTERNAL FIXATION

OF A TMJ CONDYLAR FRACTURE

CASE 3

IDENTIFICATION & PRESERVATION OF FACIAL NERVE BRANCHES VIA TRANSPAROTID APPROACH

BEFORE OPEN REDUCTION & INTERNAL FIXATION OF A SUBCONDYLAR FRACTURE


CASE 4

Resection done for cancer of lower jaw, along with dissection of the upper part of the neck. Reconstruction done using Reinforced Locking Reconstruction Plate, restoring the contour of the lower jaw !

No surgical incision placed on the face to prevent scar marks on the face, a neck incision used instead.

CASE 5

PAROTID SIALOLITHS

Stones in the duct of the parotid salivary gland removed thus easing the outflow of saliva. These stones cause painful obstruction in the secretion of saliva just like stones elsewhere in the body.


 UNNOTICEABLE SCAR AFTER SURGERY

CASE 6

FIXATION OF ORBITAL (EYE SOCKET) RIM FRACTURE AS PART OF A LE FORT II MIDFACIAL TRAUMA IN A ROAD ACCIDENT . THE SCAR AFTER SURGERY WAS INCONSPICUOUS !

CASE 7 - SCAR REVISION SURGERY

A single sitting surgical procedure carried out under local or general anesthesia. The procedure helped this gentleman attend his marriage with confidence one month after the procedure without an age old scar on his forehead.

CASE 8 EXTRA CORPOREAL FIXATION OF ANTEROMEDIALLY DISLOCATED CONDYLE


CASE 9 - COMPLEX PATTERN LOWER JAW FRACTURE FIXED WITH MINIPLATES !

CRANIOFACIAL SURGERY - FRACTURE OF CRANIAL VAULT & ORBITAL COMPLEX


CASE 10

CRANIAL VAULT FRACTURE WITH ZYGOMATIC COMLEX FRACTURE ACCESSED THROUGH HAIRLINE INCISION AVOIDING SCAR ON FACE

CASE 11

FACE RE SHAPING SURGERY

CASE 12 - A PATIENT WHO WAS UNABLE TO CLOSE HIS MOUTH WAS TREATED WITH ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY - SUBCONDYLAR OSTEOTOMY SO HE WAS ABLE TO BITE NORMALLY !

CASE 13

19 YEARS OLD RUSSIAN LADY WHO CAME WITH A COMPLAINT OF DIFFICULTY IN MOUTH OPENING AFTER AN EAR INFECTION WAS TREATED WITH TMJ ANKYLOSIS RELEASE AND INTERPOSITIONAL GAP ARTHROPLASTY

CASE 14


COSMETIC SURGERY FOR FACE LACERATION

CASE 15