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Mr Jeremy Collyer qualified as a consultant maxillofacial surgeon in 2006 after completing training across the south-east of England and London. Mr Collyer has a specialist interest in this secondary treatment of post-traumatic deformity, as well as deformity as a result of abnormal growth. Mr Collyer has always taken a keen interest in postgraduate education and is currently the training programme director for maxillofacial surgery in KSS.
He works at the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead as well as peripheral clinics and East Surrey hospital in Redhill.
Two types of clinics run at Redhill; general maxillofacial clinics, and specialist combined orthognathic clinics (held jointly with consultant orthodontist colleagues).
The general maxillofacial clinics accept a wide range of referrals from both general medical practitioners, and general dental practitioners. Conditions commonly seen in the clinic include dentoalveolar surgical cases, oral medicine cases, salivary gland pathology, and maxillofacial trauma.
The specialist orthognathic clinics are where complex cases requiring input from both a consultant orthodontist and a consultant surgeon are discussed and planned. Conditions commonly seen in this clinic include complex dentoalveolar cases, and gross deformity affecting the jaws and face.
Simple dentoalveolar cases are treated at East Surrey hospital and Crawley Hospital. The more complex conditions have their treatment carried out at the Queen Victoria hospital in East Grinstead.
Regardless of where the surgery is carried out it is usually possible for follow-up to be carried out through the general and specialist clinics at East Surrey Hospital.
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