Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Specialist Implant Centre
Adelaide MaxFax is a small team of friendly and approachable surgeons, nurses and administrative staff who at all times are 100% patient focused.
Our aim is to provide our patients with a stress free and smooth transition between initial consultation, surgery, recovery and ongoing review if necessary. We will endeavour to provide the highest level of surgical care to our patients at every stage of their treatment journey.
Our attention to detail is what makes us stand out from other practices.
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Attention to detail
At Adelaide MaxFax our surgeons and staff are committed to building strong long-term relationships with our referring doctors and dentists and of course with our patients.
Adelaide MaxFax prides itself on attention to each and every detail when dealing with patients and also when communicating with our referring doctors and dentists.
We believe in a ‘team approach’ when managing our patients and are always looking to build strong long-term relationships with like-minded dentists and doctors in South Australia.
Everyone at Adelaide MaxFax extends a warm welcome to patients, referring dentists and doctors.
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Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth in the jaws.
The reasons for losing teeth can be varied, but no matter what the cause, their loss can impact on both appearance and function.
Dentoalveolar surgery involves that part of the jaws (the alveolus) that contains or has contained teeth.
This surgery is either undertaken under general anaesthesia in a hospital, or in a clinic under local anaesthesia, with or without sedation.
Orthognathic surgery, also called corrective jaw surgery, is performed to correct a wide range of major and minor facial skeletal and dental abnormalities including malalignment of the upper and lower jaws and teeth.
Temporomandibular Joint Surgery
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) surgery is carried out to treat conditions that effect the joint where the jaw connects to the skull.
Salivary Gland Surgery
Salivary gland surgery may involve procedures on either the major or minor salivary glands of the head, neck and mouth to treat infections, benign tumours or cancers of the salivary glands.
Craniofacial Trauma Surgery
Craniofacial Trauma Surgery involves treatment of a wide range of injuries to the soft tissues and / or bones of the face and skull caused by injury.
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Surgery
Obstructive sleep apnoea surgery is carried out to open the upper airway to correct the anatomical causes of upper airway obstruction.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
A broad term covering surgery carried out to restore natural form and function to the face as a result of deformity, trauma or cancer.
Head and Neck Cancer Surgery
Head and neck cancer surgery treats various malignancies of the head, neck and mouth.
The Latest Technology
The 3Shape TRIOS® 3 intraoral scanner enables us to quickly and easily take digital impressions of the upper and lower jaws and teeth with absolutely minimal patient discomfort.
For your convenience, Adelaide MaxFax consultations and surgeries are available at a number of locations around South Australia.
Adelaide MaxFax Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Specialist Implant Centre – providing you with professional warm and friendly care from the moment you step through the door.
The team at Adelaide MaxFax is always happy to help.
If you have questions or concerns about an upcoming procedure for yourself please don’t hesitate to get in touch
Adelaide MaxFax Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Specialist Implant Centre
76 Kensington Road, Rose Park, SA 5067
Phone: (08) 8332 1566
Fax: (08) 8364 2890
Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm
Parking and access
For your convenience, patient parking is available behind the surgery, accessed via Winchester Lane. The entrance to the surgery is at the front of the building. There is disabled access via a ramp at the back of the building.