Surgical jaw correction

Not every malocclusion case can be dealt with braces or aligners. In some cases, Orthodontists recommend for Orthognathic surgery.
What is Orthognathic surgery?
In Latin, ‘Ortho’ means straighten and ‘Gnathia’ means jaw. Orthognathic surgery deals with the correction of imbalances between the upper and lower jaw.
Through Orthognathic surgery, it is possible to improve the bite of teeth as well as facial aesthetics.
In following cases, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons at aRdent Dental Care recommend to undergo Orthognathic surgery:

  • Excessive wear of teeth
  • Sleep apnoea
  • Straining while closing the lips
  • Congenital conditions like Cleft palate
  • Open bite
  • Protruding Jaw
  • Jaw related Tumours
  • Receding Lower jaw and chin
  • Chronic jaw pain
  • Facial injuries

At aRdent Dental Care, our Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons are experts in dealing typical as well as complicated cases. Make an appointment with our clinic to transform yourself.