Here, at Central Maryland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery PA, a wide scope of maxillofacial and oral surgery procedures is provided. Under the guidance of Dr. Coletti and Dr. Nessif, who have been successful in corrective jaw surgery, dental implant and also extractions of wisdom tooth and have been serving this clinic since a long time.
Dr. Nessif and Dr. Coletti and their respective dedicated team situated in Columbia MD treat facial injuries, fractures, facial pain and also oral pathologies. The clinic is located in Columbia, MD
Dr. Nessif has been providing a “full scope” of Maxillofacial and Oral services for more than two decades and having a special interest in dental implantology and reconstruction of jaw.
Dr. Colleti is famous for his brilliant academic excellence as well as clinical performance and is a nationwide renowned surgeon and his name has been enlisted in the prestigious American College.
The following are some of the list of procedures that this clinic provides:
- Wisdom Teeth
- Dental Implants
- Bone Grafting
- Nerve Injuries
- Socket Grafting
- Oral Pathology
- Sinus Lift
- Corrective Jaw Surgery
- Cone Beam CT Scan in 3D
- Digital Panoramic X-Ray
- Platelet Rich Growth Factor
- Cleft Lift
- Cleft Palate
- Complex Facial Trauma Treatment
- Head and Neck Infections Treatment
Here, at Central Maryland Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery PA, doctors are aware that there are many new-born children who are suffering from major birth defects and amongst the most general birth defects are palate and cleft lift.
A wide survey shows that 1 out of 700 babies born in USA is suffering from cleft palate or cleft lift. Cleft lift is much easier to treat than cleft palate but both overall need special attentions due to lot of symptoms that might arise in conjunction. Here, expert surgeons like Dr. Nessif, and DDS can offer parents with prenatal counseling in the event that their child is suffering with a cleft before birth.
In USA, it has been observed that more than 30 million people are missing all of their teeth in both or one jaw and as Americans reach the age of 74 it has been notice that 26% of the adults have already lost all of their permanent teeth whereas 69% of the adults aging between 35 to 44 have been suffering from tooth decay, gum diseases and have lost at least a minimum one permanent tooth.