CORRECTIVE JAW

Orthognathic (or corrective jaw) surgery is needed when the jaw doesn’t correctly meet and/or teeth don’t seem to fit with jaws.

This surgery repositions a misaligned jaw and not only improves facial appearance and gives a more attractive profile, but it also ensures that teeth function properly.

Corrective jaw surgery may be needed if you have:
• Difficulty in chewing, biting or swallowing
• Speech problems
• Chronic jaw pain
• Protruding jaw
• Breathing problems

These symptoms can exist at birth, be acquired overtime, or can be the result of injury/trauma.


Interested in Corrective Jaw Surgery?
Orthognathic (or corrective jaw) surgery is needed when the jaw doesn’t correctly meet and/or teeth don’t seem to fit with jaws.

This surgery repositions a misaligned jaw and not only improves facial appearance and gives a more attractive profile, but it also ensures that teeth function properly.

Corrective jaw surgery may be needed if you have:
• Difficulty in chewing, biting or swallowing
• Speech problems
• Chronic jaw pain
• Protruding jaw
• Breathing problems

These symptoms can exist at birth, be acquired overtime, or can be the result of injury/trauma.


Interested in Corrective Jaw Surgery?