What Problems Do Orthodontics And Surgery Best Correct?
There are many types of jaw development and alignment problems. Some are inherited, some are growth problems, and some are caused by an accident or other trauma. The most commonly corrected problems include:
- A protruding upper or lower jaw (one that sticks out too far)
- An elongated face
- Cleft palate (in young children)
- Asymmetry (facial imbalance)
- An unsightly display of gum tissue above the upper front teeth
- A retruding chin (one that is too far back)
- An inability to achieve lip contact when the lips are relaxed
It May Take More Than Braces To Deliver A Proper Bite!
At Finesse Orthodontics, we explore options to avoid orthognathic surgery when orthodontic treatment alone can correct the problem. Because we utilize the latest advances in orthodontics, this is frequently the case. Dr. Huynh thoroughly examines your unique situation and determines if orthognathic surgery is the correct treatment option for you.
By working with the oral surgeon, a combined treatment plan is tailored specifically for each patient. Depending on the problem, treatment by other dental specialists may also be required. This teamwork between the orthodontist, the family dentist and other dental specialists provides better dental health for thousands of patients who are rewarded with straight teeth, bright smiles and facial symmetry – a beautiful combination of shape, form, position and function.
If orthognathic surgery combined with orthodontic treatment is the best option for you, then you can rest assured that you will received the most comprehensive and highest quality treatment possible here with us.