Jaw Surgery Reviews
Sometimes, your upper and lower jaw can develop at different rates, which typically results in jaw misalignment and an over or underbite. These conditions cause problems with chewing, smiling, speaking, and even breathing. Fortunately, oral surgeons are highly trained in correcting jaw dysfunction with orthognathic surgery. Orthognathic surgery, also called corrective jaw surgery, can be performed to correct the position of your jaws and restore your function and appearance.
The orthognathic surgery treatment process can sometimes take many months to complete, but our patients most often report that the results are well worth the wait. Once their jaws are in their correct position, our patients report they have increased chewing power, can eat a wider range of foods, they can smile, speak, and breathe with ease, and they even find more confidence in their appearance. Please feel free to watch the videos below to hear more from our patients themselves about the jaw surgery experience.