Person

per-son (pl. -s) [pur-suhn]

An individual human being
“Be confident that your initial consultation is carried out by the same experienced surgeon that may perform any treatment that you require”

Place

place (pl. -s) [pleys]

An area, position, or portion of space that somebody or something can be in.
“Know that you are familiar with the place at which any consultation
or treatment takes place”

Time

time (pl.-s) [tahyme]

A limited period during which an action, process or condition takes place.
"Choose a time that is convenient for your social and business commitments"

Choice

choice (pl.-s) [chois]

The chance or ability to choose between different things.
"Empower youself and be involved in decisions that affect your own health"

Excellence

ex-el-lence [ek-suh-luhns]

The quality or state of being outstanding and superior.
"Treatment is carried out by the same fully accredited surgeon, who is experienced in the treatment to be carried out"

Accessible

ac-ces-si-ble [ak-ses-uh-buhl]

Able to be reached, obtained or understood.
"Reassurance that you are backed up by a caring team of professionals that are available when you need support"

Welcome to Bristol Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial surgery is the surgical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting the mouth, jaws, face and neck.

The specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery requires a dual qualification in medicine and dentistry, combined with surgical training both in general surgery and oral & maxillofacial surgery. 

ImageThe scope of the specialty is extensive. It includes extraction of impacted wisdom teeth, the diagnosis and management of facial injuries, treatment of cysts and tumours of the jaws, placement of dental implants and bone grafting to the facial skeleton. We undertake cosmetic facial surgery and treatment of facial deformity.

We are experienced in diagnosis and treatment of head and neck cancers, salivary gland diseases, treatment of thyroid disease, facial pain management, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, as well as numerous problems affecting the oral mucosa such as recurrent mouth ulcers and infections.

Specialists are regulated closely, and accredited surgeons in oral and maxillofacial surgery are held on a specialist list kept by the general medical council (Visit Website). The British Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery acts as the official representative body for the speciality (Visit Website).

It is important that your surgeon is held on this specialist list.