Reconstructive surgery

and oral implantology

About DL Oral Surgery

DL Oral surgery is a collection of professionals who work exclusively in reconstructive surgery and implantology, which endeavours to satisfy the current demand for aesthetics, function, and long-term reliability.

Nowadays, our patients’ expectations in terms of fixed rehabilitations following tooth loss are ever higher. It is no longer enough to have a fixed tooth – it and the tissues around it must now be indistinguishable and completely natural.

To deal with this demand, countless techniques and biomaterials have been described. The development of this discipline and the great proliferation of professionals in the field means that there are fewer and fewer “simple” cases.

The fact that patients now request not only a fixed prosthesis that restores function, but that is aesthetic and stable in time, has meant that bone and soft tissue reconstruction techniques have come to particular prominence in today’s implantology world.

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The work philosophy we apply to our cases has its basis in maintaining what is existing and re-establishing what is lost in the defect, restoring maxillary or mandibular anatomy to enable us to place the implants in a three-dimensionally ideal position that ensures the quality of bone and soft tissues and makes them long-lasting.

The implantology boom has gone hand-in-hand with great advances in the field of biomaterials. It is widely documented in scientific literature that it is only the bone of the patient themselves – autologous bone – that possesses all the characteristics of ideal graft material: osteoconduction, osteoinduction and osteogenesis. For this reason, it is considered the gold standard.

Autologous grafts are the only grafts we can guarantee have zero antigenicity, meaning that we can assure the patient that there is no possibility at all of rejection. The safety of this material is one of its great advantages.

There are several scientists who maintain that the reabsorption of autologous bone is an argument against its use in reconstructive techniques with biomateriales. To ensure the stability of reconstructions, our work group has adapted the three-dimensional reconstruction model created by Professor Khoury (Munster, Germany). Through its particular design and modelling of the grafts associated with techniques for covering grafts, such as tunnelisation, to avoid exposure, this three-dimensional model is a predictable and stable reconstructive technique.


José Luis

Domínguez-Mompell Micó

Profesor Máster de Cirugía en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Colaborador Máster de Cirugía Implantológica, Prótesis y Periimplantología UAX

Profesor Máster Cirugía Bucal Universidad de Alcalá.Servicio Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial Hospital Príncipe de Asturias 2011-2016



Lara Chao

Profesor Máster de Cirugía en la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Colaborador Máster de Cirugía Implantológica, Prótesis y Periimplantología UAX

Profesor Máster Cirugía Bucal Universidad de Alcalá. Servicio Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial Hospital Príncipe de Asturias 2011-2016


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If you do not offer bone grafts or implants and you would like to expand your services, we would like to offer the opportunity for a successful partnership.

Bone deficiencies can result from a long-standing edentulism, previous cysts on the zone, loss of implants due to perimplantitis, etc.

In our daily practice, we are used to cooperate with colleagues in those cases that reconstructive surgery is required either prior or at the moment of implant placement.

Such collaborations are performed either in our office or in yours, always thinking in which is the most suitable place for each individual patient, in terms of comfort and confidence

Social cooperation

We dedicate part of our holidays to social work that we believe comes under mutual assistance – that is, we collaborate with non-governmental organisations in the field of oral health to develop self-sustaining projects in time. In return, we receive a completely different view of the world from the one we are used to.


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