Orthognathic surgery, also known as corrective jaw surgery, is a procedure that can be done in combination with braces treatment to treat patients with bite problems arising from mismatched upper and lower jaw sizes or jaw asymmetry.
Early orthodontic treatment may be necessary in some cases, with the aim of treating developing problems early so that complex treatment may be avoided in future.
What conditions require orthodontic treatment?
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Congratulations on beginning your journey to a healthy and beautiful smile starting with braces with your orthodontist! This journey is different for everyone.
There are two main types of braces. Find out which one might be suitable for your or your child.
Age is no barrier when it comes to orthodontic treatment. More adults are seeking orthodontic treatment because there are more aesthetic alternatives to metal braces available now, which are
more discreet and less visible.
As your child grows older, spacing may begin to appear or increase between the front teeth as a result of growth. Find out more about what braces can do for your child.