Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery combines dental, medical, and surgical spheres, includes the diagnosis, surgical and adjunctive treatment of oral and maxillofacial disease, injuries and defects, including functional aspects as well as aesthetic.
Maxillofacial refers to the region of the facial skeleton and includes bones of the forehead, cheekbone, face, and jaws and regional soft tissues.
Lecturer on TMJ, reconstructive surgery, bone augmentation and implantation in conferences and events since 2007. The best concentrated knowledge of the newest treatment methods and experience in professional and precise application of it, possibility to share the experience of oral and maxillofacial surgeon daily routine as well as open communication – these are the main points that are mentioned by participants after dr. Dainius Razukevicius lectures and courses.
Professional and precise application of the newest treatment methods as well as open communication are the principles that I focus on in my daily routine.
As a student at Kaunas University of Medicine, Faculty of Stomatology I was sure that I am on the right career path. I chose the speciality of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and began deeper studies in the area of implantology, bone reconstruction, temporomandibular joint and orthognathic surgery.
I work exclusively with the most modern equipment and high quality safe materials. However, this is just one issue of a successful surgeon’s job. The second – equally important one consists of knowledge and experience helping to precisely diagnose and draw up an appropriate treatment plan as well as precise application of knowledge during the treatment process and surgeries.
I know that I am doing what I can do best. I am happy that my job provides opportunities to take up challenges and after treatment to see peace in a worried patient’s face.
My life is a constant moving forward. My patients’ smile after a successful operation and my partners’ trust encourage me to make the next step forward, share my knowledge and help to improve people’s quality of life.