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Orthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic Surgery

Leading and advancing
medical technology of orthognathic surgery

What is Orthognathic Surgery?

It is the medical term for ‘jaw-correction surgery’ or ‘chin-correction surgery’, ‘orthognathic surgery’ surgically corrects upper jaw(maxillary bone) and lower jaw(mandibular bone). For the case of protruding or asymmetrical jaw that doesn’t function well or is not positioned appropriately, the upper and lower jaws are cut and relocated to fix mastication and speech problems as well as to bring excellent improvements aesthetically.

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As people’s interest and need for orthognathic surgery has increased, medical technology also has made a fast improvement along the way.

Traditional orthognathic surgery required a long treatment period and recovery process for fixing severe jaw deformation and is now continuously developing into an aesthetic surgery that creates a beautiful face by ensuring a more stable result.

History of modern orthognathic surgery, id Plastic Surgery Hospital

History of modern orthognathic surgery has been started from id Plastic Surgery Hospital.

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id Plastic Surgery Hospital has been at the center of advancing medical technology and environment, from establishing a specialized hospital in orthognathic surgery to introducing ‘surgery-first approach’ and No-tie Two-jaw Surgery.

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In addition, we have adopted a simulation program for orthognathic surgery and applied a patent for 3-dimensional scanning technology of teeth model, continuously striving hard for more thorough and detailed surgeries.

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As far as orthognathic surgery in Korea, id Plastic Surgery Hospital is the top hospital in the field, and we are holding ‘International Surgery-first Orthognathic Surgery Symposium’ every year to spread the knowhow of orthognathic surgery with confidence.

Surgery Information

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Surgery time

2 hours 30 minutes

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Anesthesia

General anesthesia

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Hospitalization

2 days

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Removal of stitches

About 14 days after

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Recovery time

2 weeks~1 month

※ Alert: Common side effects such as bleeding and infection may occur post surgery and varies according to each patient so careful attention is needed.

Before and After Photos

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