Jaw surgery (maxilar or bimaxilar)
What does it consist of?
Orthognathic surgery (corrective jaw surgery) treats and corrects abnormalities of the facial bones, especially in the maxilla and mandible. Typically, these facial anomalies are accompanied by difficulty in chewing, talking or sleeping, among other routine activities. Orthognathic surgery corrects these problems, and along with orthodontic treatment greatly improves the facial and masticatory function.
Today, new advances in orthognathic surgery, such as titanium plates and screws, provide better stability and predictability in these treatments. They also reduce recovery time after surgery
Benefits of the Procedure
- Correcting problems with chewing, speech, and tooth position.
- Important cosmetic changes.
- Delays the effects of aging.
- Improvement in patients with amneas problems and snoring during sleep.
Cost of Procedure:
USD $2.300 - $2.900