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... c I have gone through almost the exact same thing. I have always had an overbite and pushed my lower jaw forward when talking and smiling. So you are right to be hesitant about orthognathic surgery. ... (5 replies)
... I have a massive overbite one of the biggest my dentist has ever seen. I can't shut my teeth close theirs just to much space. ... (1 replies)
... My understanding is that Orthognathic surgery involves moving the entire lower jaw forward, but that would mess up the bite. I didn't know they can also break the jaw on both side of the chin. ... (5 replies)

... u can see some wires that run below my bottom front teeth area under the the bone but above my chin. Other drs that have reviewed my xrays have referred to it as orthognathic surgery. ... (5 replies)
... from what you have said, you probably have what's called a skeletal overbite class 2. orthognathic surgery is the ideal treatment of choice. ... (1 replies)
... I'm thinking more surgery and he said they now can do this with orthotics and no surgery is required. ... (3 replies)
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Aug 6, 2005
... y. It can take a couple of years of braces to straighten your teeth. Braces will most likely not be able to fix all of your problems, so you will probably need surgery during your orthodontic treatment. In which case you will see a surgeon who specializes in maxillofacial surgery. ... (2 replies)
... I have been told by the Doctors, and by visiting a Orthognathic group forum and chatting with many who have had this procedure, that it takes about 2 weeks and your feeling pretty good. ... (6 replies)
... Due to badly decayed teeth, I have had to have crowns put on all my front teeth and will need one implant to replace a tooth that can't be saved. I also have a severe class II malocclusion (overbite) that will most likely require surgical intervention (orthognathic surgery) and, of course, orthodontics. My question is .. will the crowns and implant severly inhibit the... (0 replies)




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