Orthognathic Surgery

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery – Orthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic surgery is typically performed by oral and maxillofacial surgeon or a craniofacial surgeon, with an orthodontist assisting.  The purpose of Orthognathic surgery is to ensure that the necessary structure exists in the mouth so that the orthodontic treatment will be successful. Orthognathic surgery usually involves the jaw bones, where modifications are done by cutting the bones of the mandible or maxilla and putting them back together properly aligned. The surgery is performed under general anesthetic and the teeth are wired together after surgery so the jaw can heal correctly. Usually, the incisions are made inside the mouth and not in the skin.

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I used to be a very anxious patient, but Grayhills & Mohip Dental changed that. Both dentists are experienced, professional, and have incredible personalities. The technology is off the charts, and you’re able to watch satellite TV while you get your teeth cleaned. Their laser technology can allow you to get a filling without injections. Highly recommend.
Andrew Imber
I have always hated and feared going to the dentist, not the people, just having to go. However, after a few minutes here, I was totally put at ease. The office is beautiful, Dr. Mohip was wonderful, and the entire staff was top notch!! NOT a place I want to frequent, but when the time comes, this is where I’ll go! Thank you!
Julie Strow
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