Corrective Facial

The entire team at The Oral Surgery Group is dedicated to serving their patients and improving their lives. By offering corrective facial surgery in Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia County, we do just that — help people feel better about the function of their smile and improving their physical appearance.

What Are Some Common
Corrective Facial Surgeries?

Below are some of the corrective facial surgeries we perform on a regular basis:

Corrective jaw surgery (Orthognathic surgery) – If your bite is out of alignment, you could be a candidate for orthognathic or corrective jaw surgery. Generally, this procedure is only completed by a Board-certified maxillofacial surgeon, the surgery can improve your:

  • Bite
  • Chewing ability
  • Speech
  • Breathing
  • Physical appearance

How Does
It Work?

Before moving forward with corrective jaw surgery, your oral surgeon, dentist, and orthodontist must be all on the same page. The Oral Surgery Group easily communicates with your entire team of healthcare providers to ensure the treatment plan is comprehensive and completed on time.

The Oral Surgery Group

Corrective Facial Surgery Can Address:

Facial trauma surgery – Facial trauma often occurs due to a fall, vehicle accident, violence, or other situation where a severe injury occurs — trauma results in soft tissue or gum injuries and fractures or bone damage. What’s best about our Board-certified oral surgeons in the Philadelphia region is they have specialized training in facial trauma injuries.. The Oral Surgery Group is committed to pursuing the most beneficial procedures to produce the best possible cosmetic results post-surgery.

Distraction osteogenesis – Since about 1990, this surgical procedure has been used to remedy deformities in the oral and facial areas. The origins of this procedure date back to the early twentieth century. The central idea is that there’s a slow separation or distraction of connected bony segments during facial surgery. This allows for new bone to fill in the gaps in the segments. Distraction osteogenesis is minimally invasive and usually completed on an outpatient basis, allowing you to return home the same day.

Trust the team at The Oral Surgery Group when you need a dental implant or oral surgery, we are the leading oral surgery experts in the Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia regions. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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