Corrective Jaw Surgery
OMS can help you have the bite you’ve always wanted. That’s something to smile about.
Upper Jaw Surgery
During upper jaw surgery, it is possible to correct the position of the upper jaw by moving it three-dimensionally, up, down, forward or backward, depending on the changes required.
Maxillary Advancement Surgery
Lower Jaw Surgery
Lower jaw surgery can involve backward or forward movement of the jaw depending on the facial and dental changes that are required.
Upper and Lower Jaw Surgery
The position of both the upper and lower jaw are interdependent on each other. In order to achieve a harmonious facial profile and a proper dental occlusion, it is frequently necessary to perform surgery on the upper and lower jaw during the same operation:
Maxillary & Mandibular Advancement
Maxillary Advancement with Mandibular Setback
Maxillary Expansion, Mandibular Setback
Surgery of the chin region is often performed in combination with surgery of the upper and lower jaw.
This type of surgery can have dramatic effects by improving balance in facial profile and can also have significant benefits in terms of lower lip position and function.
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