Typically the types of injuries

seen on our practice are a result of sporting injuries and accidents.

Work related injuries are also commonly treated. Repair of facial fractures usually requires an inpatient hospital stay and fixation of the injured bones with very small titanium plates and screws

Toowoomba Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

We provide specialist Oral & Maxillofacial surgery services delivered by an experienced and dedicated team.

Dr. Campbell, consults at 53 James Street, Toowoomba. He operates at Toowoomba’s St Andrews Hospital, St Vincent's Hospital and the Toowoomba Surgi Centre with state of the art facilities. He is able to provide in-house general anaesthetic or local anaesthetic for various surgical procedures allowing convenient access to surgery for patients in the Darling Downs Region.

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Dental Implants SDental Implants

Dental implants are used to help replace missing teeth. Individual implants can be used to replace an individual tooth or a number of implants can be used to replace multiple teeth or indeed all of your teeth.

A dental implant is a titanium screw that can be inserted into the bone of either your top or bottom jaw. Titanium is a very well tolerated metal that will eventually integrate with your natural bone. This is the same metal that is used in artificial joints and in repairing broken bones.

The implant itself can then be used as a foundation to replace missing teeth.

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facial reconstructionFacial Reconstructive Surgery

Dr. Campbell manages any manor of facial fractures including fractures of the eye sockets, upper and lower jaws, nasal bones and forehead

Typically the types of injuries seen on our practice are a result of sporting injuries and accidents. Work related injuries are also commonly treated.

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TMJ DisordersJaw Joint Surgery

The TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) in many respects is just like any other joint but is unique in that 2 joints function together to articulate one bone (the mandible)

Like all joints the TMJ is prone to various forms of arthritis, ligamentous injury and trauma.

Diagnosis of TMJ disorders can be complicated and this is the key to effective management. The typical problems that patients will present with include; pain, restricted movement and noisy joint movements.

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MaxilloOral Pathology Management

The surgical speciality of Oral & Maxillofacial surgery bridges the gap between medicine and dentistry, placing Maxillofacial surgeons at the forefront to manage lesions of the oral cavity.

This may include lesions of the oral mucosa, palate, gums and tongue as well as lesions that arise within the jaw bones. Fortunately the majority of the pathology that we see is benign in nature however bony pathology may often require some sort of reconstruction to facilitate full dental rehabilitation. This may involve bone grafting and dental implant provision.

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Obstructive Sleep ApneaObstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA)

Obstructive sleep apnoea is recognised as having a very significant impact on many aspects of a person's health and life expectancy.

Typically people with OSA are diagnosed by a sleep/respiratory physician and are treated with a nasal mask that delivers pressurised air to stop the collapse of their upper airways. This is called CPAP.

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orthognathic surgeryOrthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic surgery refers to a procedure that results in a repositioning of one or both jaws to correct a facial or dental deformity.

Orthognathic surgery is prescribed when the top and bottom teeth do not meet properly and the difference between them is greater than can be corrected by orthodontic treatment alone (braces).

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faq wisdom teethSurgical Removal of Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are usually the last teeth in the mouth to erupt and can begin to be seen in the mouth typically between the ages of 17 and 20. 

Wisdom teeth, also called third molars frequently erupt in an abnormal position or may be unable to erupt at all (they are then described as impacted wisdom teeth).

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"Our passion is to deliver excellence in surgical procedure, safe and comprehensive patient care and personal service to deliver the best possible outcome for our patients”

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