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Maxillofacial Prosthesis

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Enhance head neck rehabilation LLP has expertise in maxillofacial prosthodontics that is unmatched in India. Our specialists develop custom devices for people whose faces and mouths are affected by serious illness or injury.

For these patients, we do more than restore smiles. People from all around the globe turn to us for care that allows them to speak, eat and do other everyday activities with less difficulty.

Our services require a referral from a specialist.

Specialists who typically refer patients for our services include:

Maxillofacial Prosthodontic Services We Provide

Extraoral prostheses include orbital, nasal, and auricular prostheses. An orbital prosthesis artificially restores the eye, eyelids, and adjacent hard and soft tissues lost as a result of trauma or surgery.

Dental implants are used extensively in the rehabilitation of craniofacial disorders such as amelogenesis imperfecta and ectodermal dysplasia.

A nasoalveolar molding (NAM) appliance is a treatment used for unilateral and bilateral cleft palate babies.

Resection of oral or mouth cancer can result in defects of the tongue, upper jawbone (maxilla), and lower jawbone (mandible). Defects of the tongue are best restored with a free tissue transfer of either the radial forearm, thigh, or scapula.

Radiation therapy and/or chemotherapy may be used in the treatment of head and neck cancers.

Sleep-disordered breathing snoring and/or obstructive sleep apnea) is a serious medical condition with the potential to pose serious health risks since it disrupts normal sleep patterns and can reduce normal blood oxygen levels

Facial prosthetics artificially replace parts of your face, including the ears and nose, that may be missing or were injured because of surgery, trauma or a congenital absence.

Mandibular resection prosthesis helps to maintain the position of your jaws (maxillae and mandible) to improve speech and swallowing after trauma or surgery to your mandible or nearby parts of your mouth.

An obturator prosthesis is used to close, cover, or maintain the inside of your mouth or nose. This type of prosthesis can help people with conditions such as cancer, cleft palate, or bone death due to radiation of the palate (osteoradionecrosis).

This type of prosthetic device replaces tissues that were lost because of a disease, treatment or defect, and can improve speech, swallowing and chewing.

A palatal lift prosthesis elevates your soft palate and helps restore its functions that were lost because of an acquired, congenital or developmental defect. This type of prosthesis can help improve speech and swallowing.

A palatal augmentation (drop) prosthesis changes your hard and/or soft palate to improve your tongue’s mobility. This affects the way your tongue and palate make contact and can improve speech and swallowing.

Zygomatic implants are used to correct severe bone loss (atrophy) or defects in the upper part of your jaw (maxillae). These implants are an alternative to bone grafting, and allow for shorter treatment times and significantly faster improvement in quality of life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Prosthodontists, dentists practicing prosthodontic dentistry, are masters of complete oral rehabilitation. A prosthodontist is dedicated to the highest standards of care in the restoration and replacement of teeth.

Maxillofacial prosthodontics is an area of medical practice dedicated to the fabrication of medical devices to replace missing or damaged areas of the head and neck. This includes prosthetic eyes, ears, noses, tongues, and other devices.

Prosthodontists are highly trained in state-of-the-art techniques and procedures for treating many diverse and complex dental conditions and restoring optimum function and esthetics. These include: crowns, bridges, complete and removable partial dentures, dental implants, TMD-jaw joint problems, traumatic injuries to the mouth’s structure and/or teeth, snoring or sleep disorders and oral cancer reconstruction and continuing care.

Maxillofacial prosthodontics is the reconstruction of oral or facial structures lost during surgery, from trauma, or are congenitally missing. This can result in cosmetic deficiencies and has negative effects on speaking, swallowing, and eating.


Patients that seek prosthetic care have often experienced a traumatic accident, have had surgical removal of diseased tissues, have a neuromuscular disorder from ALS or a stroke. Children that are born without full development of ears, teeth, or palate will likely gain the most benefit from working with a maxillofacial prosthodontist.

Prosthodontists are dental specialists in the restoration and replacement of teeth who have completed dental school plus three additional years of advanced post graduation training.

Prosthodontists are dental specialists in the restoration and replacement of teeth who have completed dental school plus three additional years of advanced post graduation training and an additional year or more of education in maxillofacial prosthetics.

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