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Updated : September 6, 2017

Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Members

Tadaaki Kirita (Professor)
Kazuhiko Yamamoto (Associate Professor)
Nobuhiro Yamakawa (Lectuter)
Masayoshi Kawakami (Lecturer)
Takahiro Yagyuu (Lecturer)
Satoshi Horita (Lecturer)
Nobuhiro Ueda (Assistant Professor)
Yousuke Nakagawa (Assistant Professor)

Overview

The department is engaged in research on the clinical and molecular pathology of oral cancer, in addition to studies to confirm the significance of oral and maxillofacial reconstruction, and maxillofacial bone regeneration.
1. Research on minimally invasive treatment and functional preservation for oral cancer patients.
2. Research on esthetic and functional reconstruction of oral and maxillofacial structures after removal of advanced oral cancer.
3. Research on chemoradiotherapy and novel therapies for advanced oral cancer.
4. Research on fixation methods for maxillofacial fractures based on biomechanics.
5. Research on regenerative medicine using tissue engineering for maxillofacial bones
6. Research on treatment modalities for odontogenic tumors and factors associated with their recurrence.
7. Research on pathology and treatment of temporomandibular joint diseases.

 

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