"THE FACE:
YOUR MOST PERSONAL BUSINESS CARD"

The face reflects your individual personality like no other part of the human body. As humans, we strive to appear likeable and leave a positive impression on those around us. However, in many cases crooked teeth, malformations or signs of an accident or an aggressive tumor disease lead to visible blemishes that also have a negative impact on self-confidence and personality.

Together with our patients we develop individual concepts to improve their personal situation and show you a way to achieve more well-being and satisfaction with your appearance.

Simply contact us and tell us your concerns.

We will advise you without obligation, transparently and personally.

Dr. Dr. Denys J. Loeffelbein and Dr. Daniel Lonic

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Dr. med.
Daniel Lonic, M.D. (USA)

Plastic and aesthetic surgeon, hand surgeon

MEDICAL DIRECTOR MCLINIC

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Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Dr. med. dent.
Denys J. Loeffelbein

ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGEON

MEDICAL & DENTAL DIRECTOR MCLINIC

OUR
SERVICES

In our clinic we offer all services of oral and maxillofacial surgery as well as plastic and aesthetic surgery. This includes all operations and treatments on the face and neck, in the mouth, on the upper and lower jaw and on the facial skull, which have the goal of restoring or improving function and aesthetics. Before each treatment, we consult you in detail and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each procedure with you. We perform the respective treatment as inexpensively as possible and as comprehensively as necessary, working closely with your orthodontist, dentist or referring specialist as needed.

Mucosal changes and oral cancer (oral cavity carcinoma)
Oral mucosal changes (redness, swelling, pain) that persist for more than two weeks should be investigated immediately.
Inflammation of the periodontium (periodontitis)
Periodontitis is an inflammation of the periodontium. It usually results from inflammation of the gums (gingivitis).
Wisdom teeth and other displaced teeth
Removal of wisdom teeth is recommended if they are "misaligned" and causing pain or pressure on other teeth.
Tooth loss and implants
An implant after tooth loss can only be inserted if there is sufficient jawbone.

JAW

Cleft lip and palate
Cleft lip and palate is a congenital combined malformation of the face and oral and nasal cavities.
Cysts and abscesses
Jaw cysts and abscesses are inflammations in the jaw that often arise from the area of the tooth root tip.
Temporomandibular joint disorders and diseases
Crooked, twisted or missing teeth or jaw misalignments can cause dysfunction in the masticatory system.
Jaw necrosis
Necrosis of the jaw is a condition in which parts of the jawbone die after medication or radiation.
Bone loss (atrophy)
Atrophy describes the loss of tissue in the jaw. This involves a decrease or shrinkage of the jawbone.
Obstructive sleep apnea
In obstructive sleep apnea, the airways become constricted and the sleeping person gets too little air, wakes constantly, and does not get restful sleep.
Malocclusions and jaw malpositions (dysgnathia)
Malocclusions and jaw misalignments (dysgnathias) can cause functional impairment or aesthetic imbalances.
Wrinkle treatment
Nowadays, modern aesthetic surgery offers some very efficient minimally invasive treatment methods for wrinkle smoothing and skin rejuvenation.
Eyelid correction
Eyelid correction contributes significantly to a younger and more vital face. We will advise you on which type of procedure is recommended for you.
Ear correction
In aesthetic surgery, ear correction refers to all procedures that change the external appearance of the auricle.
Fractures
Our treatment spectrum for facial fracture care ranges from conservative care to surgical fracture care.
Chin correction
In chin correction, the area around the chin is moved/shifted three-dimensionally in height and/or depth to create a harmonious facial profile.
Facelift
The aim of a facelift is to restore a youthful shape to the cheeks, chin and neck.
Tissue loss in the maxillofacial region
Facial reconstructive surgery treats major tissue loss in the oral cavity or external facial area.
Skin lesions and skin cancer
Malignant skin lesions (skin cancer) usually manifest as skin nodules or asymmetrical elevations.
Bone contouring (cheek and jaw correction)
"Bone contouring" is a surgical process that allows surgeons to change the shape of the bone.
Rhinoplasty
A nose correction - also called rhinoplasty - can be used to reduce, enlarge or straighten the nose.
Facial palsy
Facial paralysis is a weakness or paralysis of the facial muscles that usually affects one half of the face, or less commonly both.
Forehead lift
A forehead lift can rejuvenate facial appearance by smoothing the forehead and lifting the forehead area overall.
Thread lift
The new and innovative thread lift is a minimally invasive treatment method for tightening the skin on the face and the rest of the body.
Midface lift
In a midfacelift, the cheek region is lifted and the nasolabial folds are corrected - without causing visible scars.
Vampire lift
The vampire lift is a wrinkle treatment with autologous blood plasma.

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Starting in January 2021, a special consultation hour for jaw necrosis will be offered at MFACE. Every Tuesday and Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., patients can attend the free consultation hour at MFACE I Maxillofacial Center for the prevention or treatment of bisphosphonate-, drug- or radiation-associated necrosis of the jaw (BRONJ, MRONJ, ORN).

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