An cares for trauma patients with facial fractures,
facial lacerations, and other injuries.
구강악안면외과 의사는 얼굴뼈의 골절이나, 얼굴의 열상, 다른 손상등을 지닌 외상환자에 대한 치료를 시행합니다.
removes teeth and prepares jaws for denture construction
by specialized surgical techniques such as skin or bone grafts and implants
which aid in stabilizing dentures.
의사는 피부나 골 이식이나 의치고정을 위한 임플란트등을 이용한 외과적 시술을 통해치아를 발거하거나, 의치제작을 위해서
is well trained in the reconstruction of malformed faces
caused by growth disturbances of the jaws.
의사는 턱의 성장장애에 따른 변형(기형) 얼굴의 재건에 대해 잘 교육 받았읍니다.
treats patients with cleft lip and palate and other birth
의사는 언청이나 출생시의 여러가지 문제들을 지닌 환자를 치료합니다.
manages patients with cancer of the oral and maxillofacial
areas and reconstructs those individuals following surgery
to remove the cancerous growth.
의사는 입이나 얼굴부위나 턱부위에 생긴 암종을 지닌 환자를 치료하며 이러한 암종의 제거에 따른 부위에 대해서 재건성형을 시행하게
uses general anesthesia, intravenous sedation, and or local anesthesia
in an outpatient setting for removal of teeth and other procedures.
의사는 전신마취나, 정맥주사마취등을 이용하며 외래에서는 치아의 발치나 다른 술식들에 대해서 국소마취를 이용합니다.
joint surgery (TMJ) for correcting malfunctions of the joint as well
as pain is done by the
의사는 관절부위의 이상기능과 통증조절을 위한 턱관절 ( 악관절) 수술을 시행합니다.
of the facial bones by adding man-made materials or the patient's
own bone is also done by the
의사는 인조물질이나 환자자신의 뼈를 이용해서 얼굴뼈에 대한 재건성형을 시행합니다.
surgery and cosmetic surgery of the face may be part of the 's
두개안면수술과, 얼굴부위의 미용수술
또한 구강악안면외과 의사의 영역중 하나입니다
From the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
Saving Faces -- Changing Lives
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons are:
Hospital trained ? (수련전공과정을 거친다?)
After four years of dental school, every Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
receives four to seven years hospital residency training. OMSs serve
alongside medical residents in general surgery, trauma surgery, anesthesia,
plastic surgery and physical diagnosis at prestigious teaching hospitals
across the nation.
Trauma specialists ? (외상에대한 전문가?)
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons are often the first to treat facial
cranial injuries due to auto accidents, gunshot wounds and other trauma.
In fact, Level I trauma centers are required to have OMSs on call to
complex reconstruction of the mouth, face and jaws. Many trauma treatment
techniques used today were first developed by Oral and Maxillofacial
Surgeons in combat hospitals in World War II, Korea and Vietnam.
Cleft palate pioneers ? ( 구개열 수술의 개척?)
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons pioneered cleft palate and other facial
reconstruction surgery in the early 1900s. OMSs were among the founders
of the current specialty of plastic surgery, established in the late
Cancer surgeons ? (종양-암종 외과의?)
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons diagnose and treat cancer and other
diseases of the mouth, face and jaws. Oncologists and other medical
specialists frequently refer patients to OMSs, for surgery and other
Anesthesia experts ? ( 마취 전문가?)
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons receive more training in anesthesia
pain control than any other specialists except anesthesiologists. OMSs
pioneered many office-based anesthesia techniques now used by other
Most states certify OMS office anesthesia programs based on standards
developed by the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
The result of this public/private sector cooperation is an office anesthesia
safety record rivaling that of hospitals.
Implant inventors ? ( 임플란트 전문가?)
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons successfully place more than half a
dental implants each year, giving patients a longer lasting, more comfortable
and stronger alternative to dentures and dental crowns. OMSs also use
implants to anchor prosthetic ears, noses and eyebrows, and to repair
damaged or malformed facial bones.
Bite correctors ? ( 교합-이물림의 개선?)
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons surgically adjust jaw bones to help
with severe over- or under bites chew more comfortably and speak more
The surgeons who extract wisdom teeth ? ( 사랑니 발치 외과?)
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons extract millions of wisdom teeth annually,
saving patients from the pain and risk of infection that impacted molars