Specialising in Oral and
Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS)
Committed to providing the
highest quality of patient care
Serving the communities of St George
and Sutherland Shire for over 25 years
Welcome to Sydney South OMS
Sydney South OMS is a referral based surgical practice specialising in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS). This is the surgical speciality involved in the diagnosis and management of disorders of the face, jaws and mouth.
We are a professional team led by three highly experienced and dedicated practitioners, Dr Anthony Anker, A/Prof David Sherring and Dr Tristan Madden who are supported by a friendly and proficient administration and clinical team. We have been serving the communities of St George and Sutherland Shire for over 25 years and more recently the Illawarra Area.
Our practice is committed to providing the highest quality of patient care and strives to be empathetic, caring and efficient whilst at all times respecting the individual needs of each patient and maintaining confidentiality.
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+ Office Hours
Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 5.00pm.
Scheduled from 9.00am – 4.00pm.
If you need to cancel your appointment please contact us as early as possible.
All bookings are made at our head office in Miranda. Procedures under Local Anaesthetic are offered at our Miranda rooms or General Anaesthetic procedures at Kareena Private Hospital, St George Private Hospital or Kingsway Day Surgery.
Phone : (02) 9526 1133
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Third Molar teeth generally erupt in late teens – early twenties which has been referred by some as the age of wisdom… hence the name Wisdom Teeth.
Surgical removal of a tooth or teeth, involving elevation and sometimes sectioning and cutting into the bone.
Dental implants are titanium posts screwed into the jaw bone with a crown placed on the post to replace a missing tooth or teeth.
Surgery performed on the jaws to put them into correct occlusion (bite position), usually carried out in conjunction with an Orthodontist. Benefits include improvement in chewing, speaking, possibly breathing (Obstructive Sleep Apnoea) and sometimes the facial appearance.
TMJ is short for temporomandibular joint, which is where the lower jaw attaches to the base of the skull on each side of the head, just in front of the ears.
Fracture or break of any facial bones, sometimes involving other trauma such as burns, cuts to the soft tissue or injuries to the eyes.
Term used to describe any surgery to the teeth, jaw bones or soft tissues, such as extractions, apical surgery, removal of cysts, surgery to assist orthodontic treatment or a frenectomy.
Any abnormal bony or soft tissue lesion or swelling, including salivary glands. Some diagnoses are possible by physical examination but other conditions may require further investigations such as x-rays and biopsies sent to Pathologists.