face appears "out of balance" and you are not happy
with the way your look, you may be a good candidate for corrective
jaw (also called orthognathic) surgery
your facial bones develop will affect your oral health, facial
appearance and proportion. The position and size of your facial
bones and teeth will determine how well you bite, chew and speak.
A well proportioned face can be separated into equal thirds from
the hairline to the brows, the eyebrows to the base of the nose,
and from the base of the nose to the chin. When your face is
divided down the middle, each side should closely resemble the
the following symptoms may indicate a need for Corrective Jaw
chewing or biting food
wearing of teeth
bite (a space between upper and lower teeth when the mouth is
where the teeth overlap too much.
injury or a defect from birth .