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Majid Jamali, D.M.D. Fellowship trained in corrective jaw surgery


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Diplomate, American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Full scope Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthognathic Surgery, Genioplasty and Anesthesiology I have completed an additional two years of fellowships in orthognathic surgery and anesthesiology field.

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Faculty at numerous hospitals




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Tufts University: Dental School SUNY Down-State Medical Center: OMFS residency Robertwood Johnson Medical Center: Anesthesiology fellowship Lenox Hill hospital: Orthognathic fellowship

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Recent Answers from Majid Jamali, D.M.D. Fellowship trained in corrective jaw surgery

2017-01-30 BSSO for hemimandibular hyperplasia:

Hello.  1. Yes it is possible  2. not necessarily. The nerve remains in the canal  3. There is really no consequences and it should heal normally  4. Sure. they can be  5. Yes. It is the job of the surgeon

2016-12-08 need for extractions?:

I believe you should restore the teeth that your dentist mentioned had cavities first. If sensitivity is usually from cavities.  Root canaled teeth do not cause such symptoms. You might want to use a special

2016-10-04 Lefort:

Hi,  I am not sure by things fall into your mouth rather than coming out of nose. I believe your palate has widened now and I assume it was brought forward by the second surgery. The flow of the air by

2016-09-25 Wisdom Tooth Removal:

Hi Chester,  I'm not sure about the round Machine used. Could be any tool. I need more specification. I assume this procedure was in the lower jaw. I suggest you see another surgeon at university of penn

2016-09-24 wisdom tooth extraction:

Hi Jason,  It could be the tooth cracking which happens all the time during Extraction or the bone around it. Sometimes the bone is tightly attached to the tooth and it fractures during extraction. The


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