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    • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2003 Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery; Department of Dentistry, General Veterans Hospital-Taipei
    • 服務項目
      智齒拔除手術 植牙手術 贗復前手術 正顎手術 良惡性腫瘤手術 重建手術 顳顎關節手術 台北榮民總醫院口腔顎面外科 特殊診療項目
      口腔癌篩檢 人工植牙諮詢 門診時間
      每週一~週五 上午第三診 1959 年~ 2003 年 門診手術 住院手術房 門診諮詢
    • 台北榮民總醫院 口腔顎面外科近三年 (2000-2002) 發表論文 42 17 14 11 共計 28 6 12 10 非 SCI 14 11 2 1 SCI 共計 91 年 (2002) 90 年 (2001) 89 年 (2000) 年代 篇數 雜誌 分類
    • Our services
      • Removal of wisdom teeth
      • Pre-prosthetic surgery
      • Dental implants
      • Maxillofacial injury
      • Surgical correction of jaw deformities
      • Diagnosis, oral & maxillofacial pathology and medicine
      • Benign and malignant tumor management
      • TMJ therapy
    • Impacted Wisdom Teeth
      • Wisdom teeth often partially erupt or fail to erupt at all.
      • They then may become impacted against other molars and
      • cause overcrowding, or become more susceptible to decay
      • or gum infection .
    • Our services
      • Removal of wisdom teeth
      • Pre-prosthetic surgery
      • Dental implants
      • Maxillofacial injury
      • Surgical correction of jaw deformities
      • Diagnosis, oral & maxillofacial pathology and medicine
      • Benign and malignant tumor management
      • TMJ therapy
    • Pre-prosthetic surgery
      • Before prosthetic crowns, bridges or dentures can be constructed, the soft tissues of the mouth and the jaw bones may require shaping. We will work with your dentist to provide both cosmetic and functional results.
        • Soft tissue pre-prosthetic surgery:
      • vestibuloplasty ( lipswitch); freumectomy
        • Hard tissue pre-prosthetic surgery:
      • alveoloplasty
    • Vestibuloplasty ( lipswitch )
    • Alveoloplasty
    • Our services
      • Removal of wisdom teeth
      • Pre-prosthetic surgery
      • Dental implants
      • Maxillofacial injury
      • Surgical correction of jaw deformities
      • Diagnosis, oral & maxillofacial pathology and medicine
      • Benign and malignant tumor management
      • TMJ therapy
    • Dental implants  Dental implants are tooth root substitutes which are surgically placed in the jaw bone and act as anchors to stabilize artificial teeth.
    • Who needs implants?
      • You are a candidate for dental implants if:
      • You have enough jaw bone, and dense enough bone , to secure the implants.
      • You do not have a disease or condition that interferes with proper
      • healing after implant
      • surgery ( e.g. uncontrolled
      • diabetes, or radiation/
      • chemotherapy for treating
      • cancer )
    • Our services
      • Removal of wisdom teeth
      • Pre-prosthetic surgery
      • Dental implants
      • Maxillofacial injury
      • Surgical correction of jaw deformities
      • Diagnosis, oral & maxillofacial pathology and medicine
      • Benign and malignant tumor management
      • TMJ therapy
    • Types of maxillofacial injury  Dentoalveolar trauma  Mandible fractures  LeFort I, II, and III fractures  Zygoma fractures  Nasal-orbital-ethmoid fractures  Orbital floor fracture  I  II  III
      • The following is an outline for the initial
      • evaluation of patients with maxillofacial
      • trauma.
      • Airway management
      • Hemorrhage control
      • Clinical evaluation
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    • Our services
      • Removal of wisdom teeth
      • Pre-prosthetic surgery
      • Dental implants
      • Maxillofacial injury
      • Surgical correction of jaw deformities
      • Diagnosis, oral & maxillofacial pathology and medicine
      • Benign and malignant tumor management
      • TMJ therapy
    • Surgical correction of jaw deformities
      • If deformities of the teeth and jaws are too extreme for orthodontic treatment, orthognatic jaw surgery is the most effective procedure for facial correction. We will work closely with orthodontist to achieve ideal results.
    • Who needs orthognathic surgery?
      • Difficulty chewing or biting food
      • Difficulty swallowing
      • Speech problem
      • Chronic jaw pain
      • Excessive wearing of teeth
      • Open bite (space between upper and lower)
      • Front or back teeth when mouth is closed
      • Unbalanced facial appearance
      • Facial injury or birth defects
      • Receding chin
      • Protruding jaw
      • Inability to make lips meet without effort
      • Chronic mouth breathing with dry mouth
      • Sleep apnea
      The following are some of the conditions that may indicate a need for orthognathic surgery:
    • Our services
      • Removal of wisdom teeth
      • Pre-prosthetic surgery
      • Dental implants
      • Maxillofacial injury
      • Surgical correction of jaw deformities
      • Diagnosis, oral & maxillofacial pathology and medicine
      • Benign and malignant tumor management
      • TMJ therapy
    • Diagnosis, oral facial pathology and medicine
      • For a variety of reasons, tumors and cysts may form in either the jaw bones or the soft tissues of the mouth. While some may be benign, others may threaten the health and function of the surrounding tissue.
    • Examination of lip and mouth cancer
      • The things to look for when performing an oral
      • cancer self-examination are:
      • Reddish patches - erythroplasia
      • Whitish patches - leukoplakia
      • A sore that fails to heal and bleeds easily
      • A lump or thickening of the tissues
      • Chronic sore throat or hoarseness
      • Difficulty in chewing or swallowing
    • Our services
      • Removal of wisdom teeth
      • Pre-prosthetic surgery
      • Dental implants
      • Maxillofacial injury
      • Surgical correction of jaw deformities
      • Diagnosis, oral & maxillofacial pathology and medicine
      • Benign and malignant tumor management
      • TMJ therapy
    • Management of benign or malignant tumor
      • Biopsy
      • Surgical treatment
      • Radiotherapy
      • Chemotherapy
    • Benign tumor
      • These lesions may be unsightly or may be traumatised repeatedly, for example during shaving.
        • Odontogenic cysts & non-odontogenic tumor
        • Soft tissue tumor and hard tissue tumor
    • Malignant tumor
      • The majority of these lesions spread slowly over years but some may spread more rapidly to involve lymph glands in the local area or more distant areas. All will cause great damage if neglected.
    • Our services
      • Removal of wisdom teeth
      • Pre-prosthetic surgery
      • Dental implants
      • Maxillofacial injury
      • Surgical correction of jaw deformities
      • Diagnosis, oral & maxillofacial pathology and medicine
      • Benign and malignant tumor management
      • TMJ therapy
    • What is the TMJ?  The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the small joint located in front of the ear where the skull and lower jaw meet. It’s is a “ball and socket” joint with a disc made of cartilage that serves as a cushion between the parts of the joint.
    • TMJ therapy
      • Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ) is a condition that afflicts the jaw joints of thousands of patients. Frequent indicators of TMJ include:
        • Popping and clicking of the jaw
        • Limited jaw function
        • Pain in the neck, shoulder and upper back
        • Pain in the face and ears
    • Thanks for your attention