ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL PROCEDURES by Gregory Casey MD CORRECTIVE JAW SURGERY (ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY)
Orthognathic Surgery / Misaligned Jaw Surgery (Corrective Jaw Surgery) Corrective jaw surgery means Orthognathic Surgery that corrects small and major dental and skeletal defects. Orthognathic jaw surgery includes the improvement of misaligned upper and lower jaws and teeth. Its primary purpose just improves chewing, speaking and breathing.
What Conditions May Require Corrective Jaw Surgery? • Chronic jaw joint or jaw pain and headaches • Difficult for people whose jaws and teeth don’t meet correctly (space between your upper and lower teeth) • Birth defects or facial injury • Inability to make lips touch without strain • Difficulty biting and chewing food • Difficulty swallowing • Excessive tooth wear • Protruding jaw • Receding chin
Having Orthognathic Surgery Watch this video to better understand dental health conditions and procedures. https://vimeo.com/70491548
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