In the Unit of Oral and Cervicofacial Pathology we join the knowledge and experience of hospital Maxillofacial Surgery and Ortorhinolaryngology, with no barriers, inheriting the good doings of the public hospital services where we have trained and of which we form a part.
The Unit of Oral and Cervicofacial Pathology is exclusively dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of pathologies of the face and neck.
The unit comprises the classic and powerful pathology of the Cervicofacial territory whether it is from an infectious, tumoral or traumatic origin and without forgetting the problems concerning the temporomandibular joint.
Facial paralysis and reconstruction of the paralysed face
The muscles of the facial expressions are innervated by the facial nerve therefore an injury that affects it, could provoke a paralysis of one half of the face. Facial expression is crucial for interpersonal relationships, making permanent facial paralysis a very significant after effect for a patient. The reconstruction of the paralysed face is […]
Facial Trauma and reconstruction of the consequences
Facial trauma is one of the most frequent pathologies in emergency departments. The injuries and facial fractures are usually caused by assault, traffic accidents and sporting accidents in young patients. The fractures which occur in older aged patients are usually caused by accidental falls or household accidents. The general objective of the treatment of facial […]
Pathology of the temporomandibular joint
The temporomandibular joint is formed by the temporal bone of the cranium and the highest part of the jaw (condyle). It also contains an intra-articular meniscus and a ligament and muscle system which allows it to work. This is a very complex joint which is able to carry out many types of movements. The affectation […]
Tumours of the mouth, face and neck
Tumours can appear in the upper aero digestive tract (including the oral cavity) in the soft tissue, in the bone and in the skin of the face and neck. As the maxillofacial area is formed by various types of tissue, the tumours which develop in it are very heterogeneous (different biological nature and behaviour). One […]
Director of the center. Member of the Spanish Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, the Spanish Society of Cosmetic Medicine and Surgery and the European Association for Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery and the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery.
Ortorhinolaryngology and Cervicofacial Pathology
He was one of the pioneers in the use of fiberoptic endoscopy in ENT in Spain. Introducer Radiofrequency Surgery through fiberoptic endoscopy for laryngeal lesions.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Dr. Gisbert has focused his training as unique as is the microsurgical reconstruction of the facial nerve and paralyzed face look.
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