Penn’s Oral and Maxillofacial Program provides surgical and non-surgical treatment and rehabilitation services for the mouth, teeth, jaws and face.
We offer one of the largest facilities and advanced research and treatment programs for a wide range of conditions.
Together with the Penn Dental School at the University of Pennsylvania, our physicians and surgeons deliver the finest patient-centered care and specialize in non-surgical and surgical treatment of diseases, disorders, injuries and esthetics.
We have one of the largest centers for treating temporomandibular joint disease (TMJ) and are leaders in comprehensive facial surgery for many conditions, oral medicine and oral rehabilitation. We offer you the most advanced treatment approaches, and our innovative research and educational excellence is nationally and internationally recognized.
Penn Oral Medicine provides comprehensive treatment for all types of conditions of the mouth, teeth, jaw and face.
This service specializes in restoring and replacing teeth, mouth and facial structures for patients with a variety of complex conditions.
We provide facial surgical treatment for all types of conditions of the mouth, teeth, jaw and face.
Penn Medicine surgeons have extensive experience treating conditions involving temporomandibular joint (TMJ) surgery, including complex joint and combined jaw surgeries.
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