If you're experiencing problems with your jaw, it's time to consider corrective jaw surgery. This procedure can help to correct a wide variety of issues, including: difficulty chewing, difficulty speaking, lack of mobility in the jaw area, and more. Below, we'll take a look at some of the potential benefits of corrective jaw surgery and discuss the risks and complications that may occur.
First and foremost, corrective jaw surgery can help to correct many problems with chewing and speaking. Many people struggle to chew properly due to a mobility issue in their jaw or due to a TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorder. Jaw surgery can help to relocate the teeth so that they are in better alignment, which will make chewing much easier. In addition, corrective jaw surgery can fix TMJ disorders by realigning the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).