About the Maxillofacial Surgery

Sunrise Hospital has a full-fledged Maxillofacial Surgery Unit replete with highly trained doctors and surgeons from Oral, Dental, Maxillofacial and Plastic Surgery divisions, and a team of proficient, well-trained nursing staff. Our track record in this particular field is exemplary. Girls and boys, as well as young men and women with dental and facial deformities, have had their lives changed for the better through simple corrections to their facial appearances. Our department follows a multi-disciplinary approach, working closely with Specialities like Neurosurgery, Orthodontics, Speech Therapy, ENT, Oncology and Plastic Surgery for management of Complex Craniofacial Anomalies and Sleep Apnoea. 


Patient-Centered Approach


Proven Track Record of Success


Cutting-edge Technology

Maxillofacial Surgery Services

Treatment and Procedure

Surgical procedures and Treatments performed on the mouth, jaws, neck, face, skull, include

To remove impacted teeth, difficult tooth extractions, extractions on medically compromised patients, bone grafting or preprosthetic surgery to provide better anatomy for the placement of implants, dentures, or other dental prostheses.

We at Sunrise Hospital follow stringent infection control measures including disinfection and sterilization processes for each and every patient to prevent transmission of the AIDS Virus and other infectious diseases. Our hospital infection control committee meets periodically and is involved with maintenance of standards of infection-control. Sunrise Hospital was recognized by SAFE-I as one of the safest hospitals in the region. Staff use appropriate protective garb such as gloves and masks that are renewed between patients. Materials like needles, syringes, glasses, patient drapes, etc. are all disposed off after single usage.


Patient testimonials.

Stories of Success and Healing from Our
Minimally Invasive Surgery Patients.


Frequently Asked Questions Answered

Maxillofacial Surgery addresses a range of conditions involving the face, jaw, and mouth, including facial trauma, congenital deformities (such as cleft lip and palate), dental and jaw alignment issues, oral cancers, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders.

Common procedures include corrective jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery), facial reconstruction following trauma or cancer surgery, wisdom teeth removal, dental implants, treatment of facial fractures, corrective surgeries for cleft lip and palate, and TMJ surgery for joint disorders.

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Where Compassionate Care Meets Healing Excellence.

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