facial aesthetics makeover

Facial Aesthetics: Every face ages differently but there are certain commonalities between the ageing faces. The loss of fullness of youthful cheeks is lost. The fat from around the eyes and the cheek bone is lost resulting in a skull face. The skin loses the shin and the wrinkles start to appear. The skin of the neck starts to sag and jowls appear. The smile line changes with changes in the shape and colour of the teeth.

Read more about Facial Aesthetics Cosmognathic Surgery

In cases; where the individual’s need is urgent then an alternate to orthodontic (braces and wires) treatment called as jaw surgery can be offered. This along with SAPTeeth prosthetic in SAPT.HIPC material helps restore natural aesthetics. This treatment can be performed on the same itself. There can be dramatic changes in the irregularities of the jaw bone. This enhances the jaw position and alignment with the smile.

Facial Aesthetics

Benefits of Facial Aesthetics Treatment are:

  1. Improved airway circulation.
  2. Aesthetic profile enhancement.
  3. Better chewing and swallowing efficiency.
  4. Improves the ability to close the mouth and lips properly.
  5. Relives pain and discomfort at the TMJ region.

Although many of the abnormalities can be treated with orthodontics alone, a more extensive deformity can be corrected with cosmognathic surgery. Typically, both the hard and soft tissues of the face along with the teeth and bite, need to be considered while formulating a definitive treatment plan, which will lead to the best facial balance outcome.

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Common cases where patients may need Facial Aesthetics Cosmognathic Surgery:

  • Zygoma fracture: Zygomatic complex fractures of Zygoma Fracture are the second most common fracture after nasal bone fracture. Zygoma has a prominent position on the lateral aspect of the face and gives facial contour. We, at Royal Dental Clinics specialize in treatment and after-care of such complex cases like zygoma fracture.
  • Zygomatic Arch Fracture: Zygomatic Arch Fracture can often lead to unsightly malar depression, which should be corrected to restore a normal facial contour. Zygomatic Arch Fracture fractures can also cause significant functional issues. Due to our deep understanding and expert panel of Dental Surgeons, we are one of the few Dental Clinics that provide effective treatment for Zygomatic Arch Fracture.
  • Maxillary Fracture: A Maxillary Fracture happens when the maxilla becomes cracked or broken. This often happens due to injuries to the face, such as from falling, a car accident, getting punched, or running into an object. Our expert panel of multidisciplinary surgeons can help you in recovering from your maxillofacial fracture or injuries completely.

Revolutionary technique at Royal Implant, allows for simultaneous anti-ageing procedures in minimal time.

We combine the use of the advances in SAPT.HIPC, Facial Cosmognathic Technology, & Stem Cell Rejuvenation techniques to achieve the result. Not only is having multiple procedures at the same time more cost effective, it also has advantages of a single recovery time avoiding the need for a second anaesthesia. For majority of the patients this is both safe, and practical.

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No matter how many procedures one has simultaneously, smile designing and facelift are the core procedure to achieve a new, rejuvenated fresh look. Using the latest technology in 3D scanning, CBCT, Virtual surgical planning, 3D photography, the results are more success oriented, efficient and a capable solution. Advocated particularly for individuals who have are in the business of meeting people on a daily basis like fashion industry, marketing persons, air hostesses.

Facial Aesthetics Cosmognathic Surgery

Ask your Dental Surgeon before Facial Cosmognathic Surgery:

Secrets to making new smile last longer?

How to get the most out of your face?

Professional tips for looking your best?

Best alternatives available for your face?

Any habit that can put smile to danger?

What diet is apt for your skin tone, nail, hair, tooth and overall sense of wellbeing? 

Orthognathic surgery involves diving and repositioning the jawbones to bring them into better alignment. It is typically used to correct bite problems that cannot be fixed by orthodontics alone. Often bone or soft tissue may be augmented to further enhance facial aesthetics for orthognathic surgery.

Before Treatment - Cyst

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After Treatment - Cyst

facial aesthetics surgery

Cysts can develop if the gland or its duct (the passage through which the sebum leaves for the skin) gets damaged or blocked. This usually happens as a result of some sort of trauma in the area such as a scratch, a surgical wound, or a skin condition like acne. A skin cyst is a fluid-filled lump just underneath the skin. It’s common and harmless, and may disappear without treatment.

Oral Surgery for Cyst

Before - Trauma Management

facial trauma

After - Trauma Management

facial trauma

Facial trauma, also called maxillofacial trauma, is any physical trauma to the face. Facial trauma can involve soft tissue injuries such as burns, lacerations and bruises, or fractures of the facial bones such as nasal fractures and fractures of the jaw, as well as trauma such as eye injuries. It may take 5 to 7 days for the swelling to go down, and 10 to 14 days for the bruising to fade. It may be hard to eat at first. If you have stitches, the doctor may need to remove them about a week after surgery. It will probably take a few months for you to heal after surgery.

Facial Rehabilitation for Trauma

Before - Oral Cutaneous Fistula

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After - Oral Cutaneous Fistula

facial aesthetics surgery

A fistula is an abnormal connection between two body parts, such as an organ or blood vessel and another structure. Fistulas are usually the result of an injury or surgery. Infection or inflammation can also cause a fistula to form. Dr. Chirag Chamria describes Oroantral Fistula diagnosis and solution between the nose/your sinuses and your mouth. Dr. Chamria also discusses in brief about the co-relation between Nasal Sinuses and The Oral Cavity. Further explained in the video by Dr. Chirag Chamria about the maturing cycle of Oroantral Fistula and various procedures through which Oroantral Fistula can be avoided with a primary Closure and in certain cases a through secondary closure.

Fistula for Facial Rehabilitation

Before Treatment - Fat Grafting

facial aesthetics surgery

After Treatment - Fat Grafting

facial aesthetics surgery

Facial Aesthetics: Every face ages differently but there are certain commonalities between the ageing faces. The loss of fullness of youthful cheeks is lost. The fat from around the eyes and the cheek bone is lost resulting in a skull face. The skin loses the shin and the wrinkles start to appear. The skin of the neck starts to sag and jowls appear. The smile line changes with changes in the shape and colour of the teeth.

Fat Grafting Facial Rehabilitation

Before Treatment - Cyst

Before Cyst Removal

After Treatment - Cyst

After Cyst Removal

Cyst: A slight swelling in mouth could also result into a Cyst! This is the case of a 11 year old girl wherein we found a huge cyst at left jaw. The treatment was done with no scaring. The cyst was so big that only 2 mm of lower jaw bone was remaining leading to high chance of bone fracture. Maxillofacial surgery for cyst was done and there has been no jaw deformity after the surgery.

Cyst Removal Surgery

Before - Cancer Rehabilitation

Before Oral Cancer Rehabilitation

After - Cancer Rehabilitation

After Oral Cancer Rehabilitation

Oral Cancer: Patient was diagnosed with Oral Cancer around 2010. We had him checked and advised to get the jaw cancer removed  as per treatment plan discussed. Patient then came back after months for check-up ans then subsequently for dental implants. Earlier restored with titanium implants and then upgraded to zirconia dental implants. It has shown success of 97% in patients with such medical conditions.

Oral Cancer Rehabilitation

Medical Walk-in Process

Book An Appointment & Visit Clinic

Filled the case paper & X-ray & 2D/3D CT scan

Primary Consulting with the dental surgeon for T/T Plan

Advance Consulting for risk assessment

Best Possible T/T in the segment chosen by the patient

Follow up visit