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Shaping Faces,

Changing Lives

Welcome to the official website of Manolis Heliotis. We would like to share, with you, his experience, his skills and his commitment to patient care in this specialised field. Manolis provides transformative, life changing solutions for jaw and facial abnormalities.


Manolis Heliotis

Leading Consultant Orthognathic, Maxillofacial Oral and Facial Surgeon

20 years experience

for Recognition

Manolis Heliotis has a distinguished reputation in Orthognathic surgery through the patients he treats nationally and internationally, the courses he runs with national and world wide participation as well as the innovative research and publications in international literature.

Masterclass Online Training In Orthognathic Surgery – The Manolis Heliotis Institute of Orthognathic Surgery is a trusted hub of expertise and experience dedicated to Orthognathic Surgery online. Our mission is to share valuable insights and knowledge with our colleagues, trainees, and patients.

Our online, professional courses can be kept and completed at a place and time of one’s own choosing, with unique personalised CPD certification for each module.

Got questions? We've got Answers

Explore a selection of our frequently asked questions here. For a more comprehensive list of answers, visit our dedicated FAQ page to find clear and concise solutions to your queries.

Orthognathic surgery, also known as corrective jaw surgery, is a procedure that corrects structural or functional issues of the jaw and facial bones to improve both appearance and function.

Candidates for Orthognathic surgery are individuals with conditions such as severe misalignment of the jaws, facial asymmetry, difficulty in biting or chewing, sleep apnoea, or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. A thorough evaluation by Mr Manolis Heliotis is necessary to determine which procedure is suitable.

Orthognathic surgery offers numerous benefits, including improved facial balance and symmetry, enhanced jaw function and bite alignment, alleviation of breathing difficulties, and resolution of TMJ disorders. The expected outcomes vary depending on the specific case, but overall, patients can experience a significant improvement in both aesthetics and oral function.

The recovery process after Orthognathic surgery involves an initial healing period of several weeks. Patients may experience swelling, discomfort, and restricted diet during this time. Following that, a gradual return to normal activities and a more regular diet can be expected. Complete recovery may take several months, with regular follow-up visits to monitor progress and ensure proper healing.