ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY

Orthognathic surgery is the part of maxillofacial surgery that deals with oro-maxillofacial dysmorphosis, that is, jaw offsets responsible for functional and / or aesthetic problems.

This type of surgery involves repositioning the upper jaw and / or lower jaw and / or chin. These interventions are mostly performed as part of an orthodontic treatment or treatment of sleep apnea.

Collaboration with the orthodontist is essential. Precise preoperative analysis will be performed and consist of:

  • An in-depth clinical examination and clinical pictures
  • Radiological examinations
  • An examination of the dental casts

It is performed under general anesthesia with an average hospital stay of 2 to 3 days in the hospital.

At your first consultation, please always bring with you:

  1. The letter from your orthodontist
  2. X-rays already taken from your dentist / orthodontist / radiologist
  3. Dental casts (plaster dental arches) if you have already made them.
Maxillary Surgery / Le Fort I Osteotomy

This surgery will consist of repositioning the upper jaw to correct an anomaly in its positioning for a functional and / or aesthetic purpose.

Lower jaw surgery / Mandibular osteotomy.

This surgery will consist of repositioning the lower jaw to correct an anomaly in its positioning for a functional and / or aesthetic purpose.

Chin Surgery / Genioplasty.

This surgery will consist of repositioning the chin to correct an anomaly of its positioning for a functional and / or aesthetic purpose.

Cheekbone contouring surgery

This surgery of the contour of the face will consist of correcting an anomaly of the cheekbones.

This is most often done by placing implants specifically adapted to the patient. This tailor-made surgery requires a three-dimensional preoperative study and therefore the realization of a facial CT-scan.

The surgery is done under general anesthesia.

Chirurgie orthognatique
Mandibular angle contouring surgery

This surgery will consist in correcting an anomaly of the angles of the lower jaw.

This is most often done by placing implants specifically adapted to the patient. This tailor-made surgery requires a three-dimensional preoperative study and therefore the realization of a facial CT-scan.

The surgery is done under general anesthesia.

Chirurgie orthognatique