jaw surgery

Have you been plagued by jaw pain that disrupts your daily routine and makes it difficult to do simple things like chew and speak? You don’t need to put up with such discomfort. Jaw surgery can put an end to your jaw pain. Patients who are...

For some patients, orthodontic treatment alone will be insufficient for achieving their smile goals. In such cases, jaw surgery is also needed to address issues with development of the upper and lower jaws in order to completely enhance patients’ smiles. When jaw surgery is incorporated into...

When we think of our oral health, we might not think about our jawbones as frequently as we think of our teeth. Our jawbones play a vital role in oral function and they serve as the support system for all the tissues in the oral...

When our jaws are broken or misaligned, our health and quality of life suffers. Jaw surgery can be corrective or reconstructive in nature and sometimes, the temporomandibular joints require treatment as well. Our oral surgeons utilize medications to increase comfort during treatment. Sometimes local anesthetics...

When your jaws are not properly aligned, your smile is not functioning as efficiently as it could for actions like chewing and speaking. In such cases, jaw surgery can help to improve these oral functions in patients. Jaw surgery can be used to correct a number...

Corrective jaw surgery can be a valuable tool for improving the appearance and function of a patient’s smile, but it does require a certain amount of planning in order to have a smooth recovery period. One aspect of preparation on the patient’s part involves dietary...

Playing contact sports puts athletes at risk for serious facial injuries that could require jaw surgery or some other intricate procedure or treatment to address. Even weekend warriors are susceptible to this type of facial trauma, so it’s important to take steps to protect yourself...

Like other oral health structures, your jaws are precious. The jawbones hold the roots of teeth in place, protecting them, while also contributing to all oral function by connecting the temporomandibular joints (TMJs) to the skull. A jaw injury can seriously disrupt oral function and...

Jaw surgery is a common procedure performed by an oral surgeon. This type of treatment is corrective in nature and can address alignment issues with the lower mandible and the way it connects to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) along with developmental abnormalities that have caused...

Orthognathic surgery may seem like a fancy procedure, but it’s really just corrective jaw surgery. An oral surgeon might perform orthognathic surgery to correct a cross bite, underbite or open bite, as well as other issues that prevent the jaws from fitting together properly. Patients...