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Surgical Orthodontics in Plano, Texas

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Our professionals at Infinite Orthodontics in Plano, Texas are proud to offer surgical treatments for our orthodontic patients. This procedure is also known as orthognathic surgery and is used for severe cases of bad bites, jaw bone abnormalities, and malocclusion. 

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is considered a dental specialty and helps complex cases involving the mouth, jaw, face, and skull. Our team works with the best maxillofacial surgeons out there to make sure that you achieve the beautiful smile you have always dreamed of.

Who Needs Surgical Orthodontic Treatment?

Surgical Orthodontics in Plano, Texas is recommended for adults experiencing improper bites and other variations of aesthetic concerns. The jaw must be done with its growth process in order to perform surgical orthodontics. This usually happens by the age of 16 for men. For females, the age at which the jaw stops growing is typically 18.

If your jaws do not line up correctly and you are not able to bite properly, surgical orthodontics may be needed for you. Orthodontic treatment by itself will not repair these conditions. Your jaws will accomplish accurate alignment after orthognathic surgery. 

After surgical orthodontics, Orthodontics braces will be implemented into the patient by our specialists at Infinite Orthodontics in order for the teeth to be moved into their appropriate position.

How Do I Know If I Need Surgical Orthodontics?

At Infinite Orthodontics, we will give you the best advice on whether you need surgical orthodontics or not. It may or may not be needed as part of your treatment process to your perfect smile. 

It all depends on the harshness of your case. Your jaw alignment will have to be closely studied by our specialists to determine if you need surgical orthodontics in Plano, Texas. Not everyone needs surgical orthodontics. Our orthodontists carry years of experience and will give you your best options.

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The Surgical Orthodontic Process

Typically, orthodontic treatment comes before surgical orthodontics. The purpose of these procedures is to properly align the patients teeth a way that they fit correctly after surgery is performed. 

Orthodontic treatment will continue to be implemented into the patient in order to achieve the most accurate final positions for the teeth. This will result in the teeth to have perfect functionality. 

The orthognathic surgery will be performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in a hospital. This surgery will take several hours, depending on your case. Our surgical orthodontic surgery will be followed by a two to three week rest period which is needed to recover.

At Infinite Orthodontics, we highly recommend you take time away from work and/ or school. This is because orthognathic surgery is a major treatment that requires rest and time to fully recover from it. One your jaw has fully healed, our orthodontists will make final adjustments using orthodontic treatment. Orthodontic treatment will be continued after your surgery.

Orthodontic braces will be placed into your teeth after the surgery. Most braces are removed within 6 to 12 months following surgery, depending on your case. Retainers must be worn after your braces are removed in order to sustain your new perfect smile!

Is Surgical Orthodontics The Best Option For Me?

For some individuals, surgery may be the best options to accomplish excellent functional and cosmetic results. However, surgical orthodontics in Plano, Texas is always a selective procedure. Our licensed specialists will discuss all your treatment options in detail before making any decision.

We will sit down with you and discuss all these options at your consultation appointment. During this visit, we will discuss:

  • Objective treatment options.
  • The likely sequences and times of your treatment.
  • The benefits / rewards and risks of your treatment options.
  • The diagnosis process.
  • Analysis of your jaw and skeletal distinctions.

What Are The Risks Of Surgical Orthodontics?

Like any medical surgery, surgical orthodontics may carry certain risks every individual seeking this surgery should know about. Keep in mind that orthognathic surgery has been refined and performed over the years. Surgical orthodontics in Plano, Texas carries many years in practices and hospitals.

Contact us today if you have any questions associated with the risks involving surgical orthodontics. Your satisfaction and comfort is highly important to us. We are more than happy to answer any of your questions.

What Are The Rewards Of Having Orthognathic Surgery?

Patients that have undergone orthognathic surgery will learn that it is much easier to sleep, speak, chew, and bite. Combining orthodontic treatment and orthognathic surgery highly increases your chances of achieving the healthy, beautiful you have always wished for. Invisalign treatment and traditional braces are good options to think about for individuals that do not have a severe case that requires surgery.

A Team You Can Trust

Our licensed specialists professionally collaborate when it comes to surgical orthodontics. This team consists of orthodontists, general dentists, and oral and maxillofacial surgeons. 

The first step involves a complete evaluation by our orthodontists and the surgeon. This evaluation typically involves x-rays and other diagnostic imaging such as photographs and CT scans. Virtual models of the teeth jaws are also included in this evaluation. The perfect treatment plan for you will be designed and implemented using this valuable information. Every treatment and design will be customized just for you.

A few months of orthodontic treatment is typically necessary before performing surgical orthodontics. This must be done in order to prepare proper alignment of the upper and lower teeth. The teeth will then be ready for this surgical procedure. 

Your orthognathic will most likely be performed under general anesthesia. This procedure contains a few phases, including orthodontic treatment. The total treatment period, including pre- and post- surgical orthodontics and orthodontics treatment may be around one to two years. 

You will find that is very much worth the wait! At Infinite Orthodontics, our goal is 100% accuracy and satisfaction when it comes to surgical orthodontics and orthodontic treatment. Contact us today to make an appointment. Do not wait longer to accomplish the excellent colgate smile of your dreams!