Orthognathic Surgery Reviews
When your upper and lower jaws develop at different rates, a number of oral health issues can arise. If the overdevelopment or underdevelopment of one of the jaws is severe enough, patients can have trouble with eating, speaking, and breathing. Restricted or limited eating can result in digestive problems. Fortunately, orthognathic surgery, also known as jaw surgery, can correct jaw dysfunction and restore your oral health.
Corrective jaw surgery serves to replace the jaws in the correct position, thus restoring a patient's ability to eat, speak, and smile. The treatment process tends to take several months, but our patients often express that the end results are well worth the wait. If you need corrective jaw surgery, we encourage you to watch the videos below to hear from other jaw surgery patients about the treatment process at our office.