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Dr Olivier OTH


Dr. Olivier OTH is specialized in oral and maxillofacial surgery and implantology.

His private practice is located in Wemmel, just next to the ring of Brussels.




He also practices his interventions in the hospital group of Chirec, in the clinic of the Basilique located in Ganshoren and in the clinic Saint-Anne Saint-Rémi in Anderlecht.

At the scientific level, Dr. Oth carries out research in the field of the applications of 3D printing in oral, maxillofacial and implantology surgery. He is writing a doctoral thesis on this subject at the Faculty of Medicine of the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

Dr. Oth participates in numerous national and international conferences to stay informed of the latest technology advances, to present his work and to share his experience in patient care with his international colleagues


Dr Olivier OTH’s academic background

  • Diploma of Medicine — Université Libre de Bruxelles — 2011
  • Diploma of Dentistry  — Université Libre de Bruxelles — 2014
  • Diploma of Stomatology — Université Libre de Bruxelles — 2016
  • Expertise in Implantology and Oral Surgery — Vrije Universiteit Brussels — 2016
  • University Diploma in Facial Plastic Surgery — Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 — 2016
  • Competence in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery – Belgian Ministry of Health – 2018
  • Ph.D. researcher in medical sciences in the field of 3D printing in oral and maxillofacial surgery and implantology — 2016 — ongoing.

Members of the following scientific societies:

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Stomatology

Obtaining this specialization is the result of a long period of time, including studies in medicine, studies in dentistry and specialization in university hospitals.

This specialty is a recent medical specialty and is little known to the general public. It includes the management of the following pathologies:

  • Dental extractions including wisdom teeth;
  • Orthodontic and orthognathic surgery;
  • Dental implants and pre-implant surgery;
  • Traumatology of the bones of the face
  • Facial dysmorphoses, for example chin too far forward (prognathism) or too far behind (retrognathism), …
  • Sleep apnea
  • Infections of the face most often of dental origin,
  • Reconstructive surgery of the face by grafts, flaps or epitheses
  • Aesthetic medicine of the face and cosmetic surgery of the face