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Orthognathic Surgery
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Frequently Asked Questions 


What is Orthognathic Surgery?

Orthognathic Surgery (commonly called Jaw surgery) is a surgical procedure performed to correct irregularities of the upper or lower jaw or a part of the skull to improve the overall facial appearance or to treat certain conditions like a protruding jaw, facial deformities, obstructive sleep apnea, etc.


What are the types of Orthognathic Surgeries?

The following are the types of Orthognathic Surgeries:

  1. Maxillary Osteotomy (Correction of the Upper Jaw)
  2. Mandibular Osteotomy (Correction of the Lower Jaw)
  3. Genioplasty (Chin Correction Surgery)


What are the advantages of Orthognathic Surgery?

Few of the advantages  of Orthognathic Surgeries are:

  1. Enhance the overall facial appearance
  2. Dental rearrangement to fix an overbite or open bite
  3. Treats sleep apnea
  4. Symmetrical face 
  5. Treatment for facial birth defects


What are the indications of Orthognathic Surgery?

Few of the indications of Orthognathic Surgery are:

  1. Facial deformities
  2. A protruding lower or upper jaw
  3. Difficulty in chewing, drinking, etc.
  4. Damage to the teeth due to an irregular arrangement
  5. To provide facial symmetryTreat obstructive sleep apnea


Who are the best surgeons to perform Orthognathic Surgery?

A certified and trained Maxillofacial Surgeon or An Orthodontist or a Plastic surgeon who is well experienced in performing Orthognathic Surgery can perform this surgery.


What is the cost of Orthognathic Surgery?

Minimum cost for Orthognathic Surgery in Chennai starts from Rs. 61,750

Average expenses for Orthognathic Surgery in Chennai is approximately Rs. 85,500

Maximum amount to be paid for Orthognathic Surgery in Chennai rises up to Rs.1,62,260


Cost of Orthognathic Surgery depends on factors such as:

  1. Admission fee
  2. Doctor fee
  3. Age of the patient
  4. The medical condition of the patient
  5. Post-surgical complications that are involved
  6. Type of Hospital
  7. The admission room that you opted for
  8. Any other lab tests or examination tests such as X-ray, ECG, etc.


Is Orthognathic Surgery a major surgery or minor surgery?

Orthognathic Surgery is a major surgery as it involves the incisions of the skull or jaw bone and makes necessary adjustments to correct facial deformities and asymmetry.


What are the risks and complications associated with Orthognathic Surgery?

Few of the risks and complications of Orthognathic Surgery:

  1. Bleeding
  2. Swelling and infections
  3. Fracture to the jawbone
  4. A requirement of a revision surgery
  5. Misaligned jaw


How long does it take to complete Orthognathic Surgery?

Based on the extent of the surgical correction required to be performed, Orthognathic surgery may take around 1-3 hours to complete.


What is the recovery time for Orthognathic Surgery?

Individuals who have undergone Orthognathic Surgery would require 2-6 weeks to recover and more than that depending on the type of surgical correction performed.


What is the success rate of Orthognathic Surgery?

The success rate of Orthognathic Surgery depends on the following factors: 

  1. Age of the patient
  2. The medical condition of the patient
  3. Experience of the surgeon
  4. Type of surgery or procedure performed

However, the success rate of Orthognathic Surgery maybe 85-90%


What are the long-term results of Orthognathic Surgery?

Few of the long term results of Orthognathic Surgery are:

  1. Maintaining facial symmetry
  2. Improved dental function
  3. Prevent damage to teeth
  4. Improved sleep, breathing and speech improvements
  5. Improved overall facial appearance and self-esteem


Can Orthognathic Surgery be detected in the future?

Orthognathic Surgery can be detected in the future by comparing the photos of before and after the surgery.


What are the options if Orthognathic Surgery fails?

In case of a failed Orthognathic Surgery, the doctor may suggest a revision surgery or usage of alternative treatment methods


What are the alternatives for Orthognathic Surgery?

Few of the alternatives for Orthognathic Surgery can be:

  1. Dental retainers
  2. Braces