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Receding Chin/Jaw

A receding chin is defined as a chin that is retruded in nature, due to which it is not very important in appearance. This can lead to a lot of problems, like the person's facial profile appears to be almost flat and there is also an appearance of a double chin.

The main advantage of a receding chin surgery is that the results of the treatment are permanent. This means that one will not need to undergo the process several times just to experience the desired result. In the long run, this will allow a person to spend less for the operation. Because a receding chin surgery or a weak chin surgery is both done with the patient under anesthesia, the patient will feel no pain at all. A receding chin surgery does not take too long to perform. Lasting only a couple of hours at most, the process allows a person less suffering.

Receding Chin

After a receding chin surgery, one must provide the body some rest. This is important to avoid possible complications while making healing faster and safer.

Oral and maxillofacial surgical procedure provides state-of-the-art treatment procedure for the correction of the receding chin.

Jaw receding

Orthognathic surgery is sometimes called Surgical Orthodontics because, just as an orthodontist repositioned teeth, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon uses orthognathic surgery to correct one or both jaws. In fact, because moving the jaws also moves the teeth, orthognathic surgery is usually performed in combination with orthodontics so that the teeth are in apt position after surgery. The objective of orthognathic surgery is the correction of a wide range of small and big facial and jaw irregularities, and this helps for an improved ability to chew, speak and breathe.

Your Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon will reposition the jawbones in accordance with your specific needs. In some cases, bone may be added, taken away or reshaped. Surgical plates, screws, wires and rubber bands may be used to hold your jaws in their new positions. Incisions are usually made inside the mouth to reduce visible scarring; however, some cases do require small incisions outside of the mouth. When this is necessary, care is taken to minimize their appearance.

This procedure can be done under the supervision of Dr.Amit and Dr. Rithesh, they have been doing oral and maxillofacial procedure for the past 8 years.