Occasionally, as your face develops, there can be a mismatch with how your upper and lower jaws grow. This may result in an uneven bite, jaw pain, headaches or other complications. Sometimes, crowded teeth may be straightened through braces; however, in some cases, corrective jaw surgery is necessary to lengthen or reposition the jawbones. In these cases, Dr. Rozanski and Dr. Schlieder may recommend corrective jaw surgery to improve your facial appearance and ensure that the jaws and bite are functioning correctly.
Anesthesia is a crucial part of modern surgery, and Great Basin Oral and Facial Surgery offers a complete spectrum of choices to best suit your unique physiology and preferred comfort level.Learn More