If you’re dealing with serious jaw problems, the consequences can severely impact your day-to-day life. Eating and speaking can be difficult and even painful. You may have jaw and joint pain, sore facial muscles and headaches. Your face may appear unbalanced, with a protruding jaw or recessed chin, which could make it harder for you to feel confident and attractive. The good news is that the solution to your functional and cosmetic issues can often be found in corrective jaw surgery in Issaquah, WA. If your jaw pain is getting in the way of a comfortable, functional life, it may be time to meet with a qualified oral surgeon.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons (including Dr. Dhaliwal) have spent years of residency and additional education outside dental school to specialize in procedures such as corrective jaw surgery (also known as orthognathic surgery). Having achieved the highest level of surgical training available in the dental field, they are the only dental specialists qualified to offer these treatments. Our oral surgeon at Adara Surgical Institute has years of experience completing these surgeries using innovative technology and minimally invasive techniques. With his extensive training and clinical experience, it’s rare that any of our patients have a condition we don’t know how to treat. You’ll be in skilled hands with our oral surgeon in Issaquah, WA.
In most cases of corrective jaw surgery, the root cause of your problems is that your jaw is not properly aligned. This can cause chronic jaw pain, misaligned teeth, and many other issues. Jaw surgery brings alignment back to your jaws by moving the lower jaw forward or backward. Sometimes, repositioning the upper jaw is necessary, as well. This can generally be accomplished in a single surgical procedure in our Issaquah, WA office while you’re under general anesthesia. Once your jaws are properly aligned and balanced, your mouth can function comfortably and easily. For many of our patients, the difference in their jaw is life-changing, allowing them to live free from bite issues, or esthetic concerns.
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