Orthognathic (Jaw) Surgery

Orthognathic surgery, also know as jaw surgery, corrects problems with the facial bones impacting the jaws and teeth. It is used when abnormalities are severe enough to impact the ability to talk, chew, and sleep. After surgery is complete and the patient is healed, braces are used to perfect the bite.

We utilize state-of-the-art digital technology to show you the results of surgery before it begins. This form of planning not only gives you confidence going into surgery, but it also helps us plan treatment with incredible accuracy. The surgeon who completes the procedure uses titanium plates, screws, and other quality materials to ensure great results.

We only recommend orthognathic surgery when there is no other alternative. The best way to avoid it is to seek treatment before bone growth is complete. To learn more, schedule a consultation.