Corrective jaw surgery – Orthognathic surgery is also called – Oral and maxillofacial surgeon (OMS) to repair a large range of skeleton and dental irregularities, including the wrong arrangement of jaws and teeth. Surgery can improve chewing, speaking, and inhalation. The appearance of the patient can be dramatically increased as a result of his or her surgery,
Orthognathic surgery is done to improve working problems. Surgery is crossed by people who are having difficulty in eating or jaws are arranged in the wrong place. In some patients, the growth of jaws is very slow, or growth occurs at different times in upper and lower jaws.
This can cause a lot of problems in the long run, such as chewing, speaking, and appearance. Jaundice alignment can also be affected due to jaw and birth defect. When only teeth are involved, alone orthognathic surgery can improve the problem of bite. Jaws may require orthognathic surgery when they need re-configuration.
Orthognathic Surgery Conditions
The following areas should assess the problem:
- Facial injuries
- Feeding or bitter difficulties
- Swallow trouble
- Sleep apnea (breathing problems, including snoring, while sleeping)
- Unbalanced face appearance from front or side
- Birth defects
- The lower jaw and China withdraw
- Chronic Joe or Joe Joint (TMJ) pain and headache
- Inability to get lips without strain
- Tooth excessive wear
- Open bites (space between upper and lower teeth when mouth is closed)
- Protruding jaw
- Chronic mouth breathing
Orthognathic surgery is a multicultural field that requires extensive experience and knowledge of dental Cranio maxillofacial ties and disorders. By compensating the jaws just matching the tooth, periodontal problems, orthodontic movement relapses jaw joint problems and poor or even destructive facial aesthetics.