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OR Snapshots – Premaxillary Osteotomy

  Orthognathic surgery is a well known type of bone procedures that move the upper and lower jaws to improve one’s bite (occlusion) as well as improve jaw relationships to the face. It is done on the upper and lower jaws with the mainstay procedures of a LeFort I osteotomy (upper jaw) and sagittal split Read More…

Case Study – Non-Orthodontic LeFort 1 Advancement

  Background: Treatment of a midface deficiency is most commonly done by moving the upper jaw forward. Done by making a horizontal bone cut just above the roots of the teeth, the upper jaw is brought forward into a new horizontal position. This well known facial bone procedure is the LeFort I osteotomy and has Read More…

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