During Surgery

For Lower Jaw Surgery

The lower jaw is either brought forward or move back. An incision is made inside the mouth. The jaw is sectioned and move according to your surgeons plan.

For Upper Jaw Surgery

The upper jaw is shortened or lengthened. An incision is made inside the mouth so there are no visible scars. For open bite surgery, your jaws are repositioned to allow your mouth to close.

For Uneven Jaw Surgery

A wedge or a bone may be removed from or added to your upper or lower jaw. If other facial bones contribute to asymmetry, they may be repositioned during this procedure.