Treatment is carried out in 4 phases:
In growing patients, timely orthodontic intervention can sometimes correct jaw disharmonies. Special braces can then be used to modify bone growth, eliminating the need for surgery. However, for patients whose facial bones are no longer growing, certain corrections cannot be achieved with braces alone. A combined approach of braces and surgery is the appropriate form of treatment for such cases.
Oral hygiene is easier to maintain without poor bites and crooked teeth. Speech or chewing problems due to jaw disharmonies may be resolved. It may minimize excessive wear of the teeth over years of use in severe malocclusion associated with jaw discrepancies. The relationship of the jaw bones is harmonised, restoring balance to the middle and lower face, thus improving facial appearance. The lasting reward is a healthier and happier you.
Orthognathic surgery is a predictable treatment option to complex dental/facial problems. It ensures the best possible results, both functionally and aesthetically.
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