Nerve Repair and Reconstruction in OMS


Posted on 2/15/2024 by Weo Admin
Dental x-ray of a full mouthThe thought of permanent nerve damage and the loss of facial functions like smiling or speaking following significant trauma or tumor removal in the jaw area is a daunting one. But there is good news. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons (OMSs) are exceptionally trained to meticulously reconstruct damaged nerves, offering a ray of hope for regaining movement and sensation.

Choosing an OMS for Nerve Restoration


Advanced microsurgical techniques are essential when it comes to the intricate network of facial nerves, those responsible for every blink and smile. Board-certified OMS professionals bring an unparalleled depth of knowledge in the intricate anatomy of the face, coupled with microscopic surgical prowess and extensive clinical experience. This expertise is critical in successfully navigating nerve repair, be it mending lacerations or bridging gaps with grafts in the tightly packed facial area. As a result, patients under the care of an OMS can expect superior outcomes in nerve recovery and function, which is a level of precision and reliability that other medical providers struggle to match.

Techniques for Nerve Regeneration


OMS experts come equipped with an arsenal of cutting-edge techniques to aid nerve regeneration, whether it is following a sharp blow to the cheekbone, post-tumor removal, or during complex corrective surgeries. They use absorbable synthetic tubes to guide new nerve growth, employ fat grafts rich in blood vessels for support, and harness medicinal nerve growth factors to kickstart the healing process. Muscle transfers are also a strategy to replace lost functionality, collectively working toward comprehensive neuromuscular recovery.

Finding Hope and Healing With OMS


In the capable hands of oral and maxillofacial surgeons, most damaged nerves can regain their function, translating to a return of movement and sensation. This success extends to areas where even the slightest facial movements are crucial for expression and quality of life, areas once at risk of permanent disability. For any nerve damage in the oral or facial region, turning to our board-certified OMS should be your first step. An OMS can turn the tide from injury to recovery, rekindling the hope for a normal, expressive life.
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