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Maxillofacial Surgeon in Santiago de Chile

The maxillofacial surgeon is the specialist in charge of correcting anomalies in relation and position of the skeletal structures of the face.

The alterations that can be found are many. There are vertical and lateral and sagittal alterations. Depending on the structure and altered position is the diagnosis.

The treatment is carried out with a careful study through clinical examination, photographs and measurements of the positions and angles of the face.

Traditionally, the study has been carried out with conventional two-dimensional radiographs.

For 10 years now we have been working with state-of-the-art technology obtained in Europe and the United States.


We carry out the analyzes with three-dimensional images, we plan the surgery and we make the surgical guides in a totally digital way. We have the most experience in Chile and more than a hundred cases (2008-2018) studied and treated with these systems.

The advantages are many:

  • Greater accuracy in diagnosis

  • objective three-dimensional vision

  • Ideal for asymmetries

  • Shortening of surgical times with the advantages and better post-operative period for patients

  • Prediction of situations such as bone contacts

  • Accurate objectification of facial shortenings

  • Exact objectification of autorotations

It all comes down to greater precision in treatment.

At present in Chile these tools are beginning to be used in other places and surely during the next few years they will be available to all professionals. From our perspective and with the experience of since 2008, these systems should be a gold standard in their application in both private and public services.

Our personal and professional approach is that despite being state-of-the-art technology, we should not increase costs for our patients. The usual costs of these procedures are high, despite that as a professional team we consider that we should not make our treatments even more expensive.

Through these systems we can plan a surgery in just 24 hours, substantially reducing the number of clinic visits and costs involved.

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