Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Director:HIBI, Hideharu (Professor)

Research on regenerative medicine and advanced medicine such as implant treatments

We address the application of advanced medicine including regenerative medicine in dental practice. We accept patients with all oral diseases.

Medical Care System

Both new patients and revisit patients are accepted on weekdays. New patients are accepted until 11:00 a.m. Consultation with a dentist basically requires a prior appointment

Target Diseases

Atrophy and defect of the alveolar bone, oral neoplasia (e.g. gingival cancer, tongue cancer), cleft lip and palate, jaw deformity (e.g. mandibular prognathism, microgenia), temporomandibular disorders, cystic disease, injury of the maxillofacial area, impacted tooth, dental treatment requiring systemic management, and other diseases (e.g. perimaxillary inflammation).

Strong Fields

Bone regenerative treatment for atrophy and defects of the alveolar bone, implant treatment for loss of teeth, mandibuloplasty for jaw deformity, and multimodality therapy for oral cancer.

Clinical Results

Osteoplasty, implant placement, surgery for jaw deformity, cleft lip and palate surgery, benign tumor, malignant tumor, and trauma.

Specialized Outpatient Clinic

Minor oral surgeries such as impacted tooth extraction are conducted on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. Implant outpatients are accepted on Thursday afternoons. Dentists provide medical care related to his/her specialized field in the morning.

Advanced Medicine and Research

Research on regenerative medicine such as osteoplasty using bone marrow stem cells has been actively conducted.