Designed to be patient centered, iRSM clinics bring the necessary disciplines together in one location to discuss patient treatment options, thus providing a collaborative approach to patient care that prevents multiple appointments at various locations.
Head and Neck Reconstruction Clinic
Patients seen at this multidisciplinary clinic are assessed by a Head and Neck surgeon, Speech Pathologist, Dental Hygienist and Prosthodontist. This consultation is the first step in determining if a patient is a candidate for Osseointegration (placement of implants in bone to support a prosthesis/denture).
Jaw Reconstruction Implant Clinic
This clinic brings together a team involving an Oral Maxillofacial surgeon, Prosthodontist, Speech Pathologist and Dental Hygienist to plan or confirm surgical plans for the placement of oral implants.
Craniofacial Osseointegration Clinic
Patients who attend this clinic are assessed by a Plastic Surgeon, Prosthodontist and Anaplastologist to plan the reconstruction of areas of the head and neck lost to disease or trauma, or defects that have resulted from congenital (birth) defects.
Bone Conduction Hearing Clinic
Patients who have significant hearing loss for a variety of reasons are assessed at this clinic to determine if bone conduction hearing technology would be of benefit to restoration of hearing. Healthcare professionals involved in this clinic include Audiologists and Otolaryngologists.
Functional Assessment Clinic
Patients with altered structures in the oral cavity are assessed by Speech language pathologists to determine needs and treatment options to assist with activities of daily living.
Autogenous Auricular Ear Reconstruction Clinic
Ear deformities can be result from birth defects, disease or trauma. Patients referred to this clinic are evaluated by a Plastic surgeon for suitability for reconstruction of their ear using their own tissues.