- Congenital jaw deformities:
- Cleft lip and palate
- Hemifacial microsomia
- Treacher Collins syndrome
- Idiopathic condylar resorption
The Johns Hopkins oral and maxillofacial surgery team specializes in treating children and adults with complex conditions affecting the bones and tissues of the jaw, mouth and face. We offer compassionate, cutting-edge care in our state-of-the-art facilities. We work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan to help meet your physical and aesthetic goals.
Conditions We Treat
Treatments and Services We Offer
Reconstruction of the jaw helps treat jaw deformities as well as jaw and facial trauma. It is performed by several types of doctors, including dentists, otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat specialists), oral surgeons and facial plastic surgeons. Our multi-specialty team understands the importance of your appearance to your self-image and self-esteem. We work to restore both form and function to help you regain your confidence.
Our team offers maxillomandibular advancement surgery (or jaw surgery) – a new procedure that can help treat obstructive sleep apnea in adults and children. Learn more about this procedure
Our clinic at the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center has an oral surgery suite, seven dental treatment rooms and a radiology suite, each equipped to provide quality comprehensive dental care for you and your family.
Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
601 N. Caroline St, 6th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21287
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