What is Orthognathic Surgery?
Orthognathic Surgery is for patients who have problems with their jaw bones arising from the location, shape, and functions of the jaw. It corrects and improves the shape and functional occlusion of jaws by relocating upper and lower jaws to the right place. It is necessary for those with mandibular prognathism, asymmetrical face, long face, microgenia, or protruding mouth.
No fixation, more comfortable procedure for patients
Traditional orthognathic surgery required intermaxillary fixation, which ties the upper and lower teeth together to hold the bones that have been moved with a wire or band after surgery.
No-tie Two-jaw Surgery doesn’t require jaw fixation after surgery. Therefore, this advanced surgery technique of id Hospital allows you to open your mouth and move your jaws. Eating, conversing, and breathing is also possible.
Benefits of No-tie Two-jaw Surgery
“Technique of No-tie Two-jaw Surgery is not easy to imitate!”
Only those who cannot perform no-tie orthognathic surgery say “jaw fixation must be done for safety.”
id Hospital, which has started as a specialized hospital in orthognathic surgery introducing Surgery-first Approach and No-tie Two-jaw Surgery, is operating safe No-tie Two-jaw Surgery with leading-edge technology and simulation program that predicts change in skin and muscle.
Removal of stitches
About 14 days after