Maxillofacial Surgery


The Maxillofacial Surgery unit covers the diagnosis and treatment of disorders and injuries that affect both the face as a whole and the jaw bones.

From dysfunctional disorders of the temporomandibular joints to maxillo-mandibular malformations, exophthalmos and emergency fractures or trauma.

A team of professionals coordinated with all of Paideia International Hospital’s diagnostic facilities ensure precise diagnosis and targeted therapy. The traumatology unit also operates on an emergency basis, 24 hours a day.

Diagnostic examinations at the Maxillofacial Surgery unit

Diseases treated

The Paideia International Hospital team is a national and international reference facility for:

Maxillofacial Surgery in the operating theatre

Surgeries can be performed as in-patient, in day hospitals and in day surgery settings. All surgeries use the most advanced and modern technologies. We provide titanium synthesis resources for reconstructive surgery, ultrasonic scalpel – piezosurgery – allowing predictable and precise bone sections – prototype creation with simulation of certain complex reconstructive surgeries, and pre-operative programming using sophisticated software systems. General anaesthesia is recommended for more complex surgeries in day surgery and day hospital settings.

Opening hours
Monday - Friday: 8 am - 8 pm
Saturday: 8 am - 2 pm
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