Oral and maxillofacial surgery is used for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting the mouth, jaws, face and neck. HCA teams deal with oral and maxillofacial conditions individually, as well as the combined speciality, led by talented surgeons.
Procedures include dentoalveolar surgery, such as cyst removal and extraction of decayed roots and teeth, salivary gland surgery for oral ulcers and tumours, surgical treatment for facial pain and surgery for maxillofacial trauma, including nasal fractures.
When you have oral/maxillofacial surgery at one of our hospitals:
- your surgery will be performed using the latest state-of-the-art equipment and the least-invasive method available
- our specialist oral-maxillofacial surgeons have both medical and dental expertise, providing patients with the highest levels of treatment
You can choose the consultant and hospital most convenient for you by simply entering the treatment into our ‘Consultant finder’.
With us, you can be sure you are getting the best treatment available. When you have any treatment in one of our units or hospitals, you will experience a number of benefits:
- Access to consultants who are experts in their field, working with the latest treatments and leading technologies in state-of-the-art facilities that smaller private hospitals cannot match.
- We are London’s leading private hospital group, treating 400,000 patients each year. This volume drives excellence and experience. In the last decade we have invested £500 million in the latest treatments, technologies and medication, many of which are not available on the NHS or via smaller private hospitals.
- You can be confident that we can take care of all your treatment needs. We are the only private hospital group to offer such an extensive range of treatments for patients of all ages.
- No waiting time. Your care will start as soon as you're ready.
- Your safety is protected. If you need urgent care you’ll receive it instantly – it’s very rare for us to transfer patients to another hospital. While some private hospitals don’t have any on-site critical care facilities, our consultants have access to more critical care beds around the clock than any other private healthcare group in the UK. Our rates of MRSA are nearly five times lower than the national average. And we have zero recorded cases of some other common infections.
What to do next
Once you have decided that you would like to be treated at an HCA hospital, or would like further information, here's what to do next:
- Call one of our advisors on +44 (0) 20 7079 4399 or complete our web enquiry form.
- Check with your insurance company that your policy covers your treatment, and obtain authorisation.
- Visit or call your GP to obtain a referral letter and then call us to make an appointment to visit your chosen consultant and hospital at a time to suit you.
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