Do You Qualify For Corrective Jaw Surgery?
Have you gotten into an accident and been unlucky enough to have a misaligned jaw because of it? Were you born with an under bite?
Having an unbalanced jaw can be embarrassing and painful. Your mouth problems can be keeping you from enjoying food, sleep or other basic necessities.
It’s time to start enjoying life to its fullest and stop feeling grief. Wagner Oral Surgery offers corrective jaw surgery to correct any of your upper or lower jaw problems.
Some cases that require corrective jaw surgery are:
- You have a receding chin.
- You have suffered from a facial injury or have birth defects that have misaligned your jaw.
- You have an overextended jaw.
- You have unbalanced facial features.
- You have an open bite.
- You have excessive teeth.
- You suffer from chronic jaw or jaw joint pain and headache.
- You have difficulty swallowing, chewing or biting food.
- Your lips do not meet.
- You are a mouth breather and suffer from dry mouth.
- You suffer from sleep apnea.
Maybe you’re a mouth breather suffering from dry mouth, or you are having a hard time biting and chewing because your teeth don’t meet. What ever your case is, we have a solution for you.
Keep in mind; it is likely that you may need orthodontics treatment before and after your surgery. Jaw correction takes a significant amount of time, and we want to make sure we fix every problem. You and your loved ones need to know that this is not a short-term commitment; it is a long-term commitment.
Even if you are not sure, we are here to consult you on the methods of treatment. We will work with you through every step of the process to decide which treatment plan is right for you. There are many options fit your needs.
After your surgery, the results can be astonishing. You won’t even remember what your jaw looked like before and that is a great feeling. You won’t have to worry about having dry mouth problems or not being able to chew food properly.
Dr. Wagner is an expert in this area and he is one of only a few oral and maxillo-facial surgeons in Southeastern Wisconsin to use Lacta-Sorb, an absorbable fixation (no-metal), with his jaw surgeries. Call us at (262) 634-4646 to discuss your wide range of options to fit your needs.
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