“Smile, it lets your teeth breathe”

Medical Specialist

“Maxillofacial” literally refers to the jaws of the mouth and the face, however the word is generally used to indicate the general head and neck area of the body.

Prosthetics are devices designed to restore appearance and in many cases function to the body.

Maxillofacial Prosthetic Rehabilitation therefore is the use of medical grade, artificial devices to restore parts of the head and neck area of the body that are lost. This includes, but is not limited to, the eyes, ears, nose and teeth or parts of the jaw.

Treatments that we provide include:

  1. Dentures
  2. Obturators
  3. Prosthetic eyes
  4. Prosthetic nose
  5. Prosthetic ears
  6. Silicone fingers/toes
  7. Prosthetic breast and or nipple

About Dr. Davis

Generally when people think of dentistry, it is associated with pain and discomfort. One of my biggest aims since becoming a dentist was to eliminate that overwhelming fear and help people have an amazing experience. Dentistry is honestly life changing. There are so many people walking around ashamed to admit that they smile with their lips closed or cover their mouth with a hand when they laugh because they do not like the way their teeth look. Being able to give someone a smile they are proud of and healthy teeth and gums is immeasurable. Aside from fear, there are so many factors that limit patients accessing dental care such as budget, time and often, a simple lack of knowledge. The same is true for my other passion, the field of prosthetics. Prosthetics are used to restore a missing part of the face or body. People who might have lost an eye to a cancerous tumor, or an ear or finger in a traumatic accident. Prosthetics can help restore confidence to get back into your daily activities without people staring at you. As a dentist and prosthetist, there is no greater feeling than seeing the look on your patient’s face after treatment.


Maxillofacial Prosthetist

  • Dr. Khaila Davis

    Dr. Khaila Davis



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