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Our jaw plays an important role both aesthetically and functionally. Misaligned jaws (when a person’s upper and lower teeth do not perfectly meet) is a real condition, and they are usually due to genetics.
When your teeth don't fit together properly, you can develop problems not only in your teeth themselves, but also in the gums, the temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ) or the muscles that move your jaw.
DxD invited Dr Ho Kok Sen, an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon to answer readers' questions through a DxD Session on how jaw surgery can help to solve these issues.
Jaw surgery can seem pretty daunting. However, if you’re looking for a solution to correct an overbite or underbite related to jaw alignment, you may be considering it.
It can be a scary, albeit effective treatment that aims to improve jaw and dental function and appearance. A DoctorxDentist reader, who has been considering surgery, has parents that are against his decision due to the possible risk of permanent facial numbness.
Is there a solid basis for such claims? Can jaw surgery really carry this risk and if so, how can this risk be minimised? Dental specialist and oral and maxillofacial surgeon Dr Ho Kok Sen responded. Here is what he had to say.
Corrective jaw surgery is a medical procedure performed when there's a major skeletal and dental irregularity i.e. misalignment of jaws or teeth. While the patient's appearance may be enhance drastically, the procedure is performed to correct functional problems.
Dr Ho answered reader questions on:
As an orthodontist that uses Invisalign and braces for my patients (plus personally undergone treatment with both), here are my personal opinions on choosing between Invisalign and braces in Singapore.