Jaw Surgery Before and After - Apollo Cosmetic Clinics

Jaw Surgery Before and After

The jaw is an important part of the face, both for functional and vanity purposes. It frames your face, aligns your chin, and draws a perfect end to your beautiful face! A sculpted jawline not only adds to one’s professional look but also makes the features of your face more prominent. With a jaw surgery, one can correct functional problems such as chewing, speaking and breathing. It also benefits one aesthetically, in the sense that it enhances the overall appearance of the face.

A corrective jaw surgery or orthognathic surgery results in a shapely jaw and chin. A jaw surgery results in improvement of speech, ability to bite and chew. To know more about jaw surgery or jaw operation before and after, orthognathic surgery results and jaw reduction surgery, continue reading.

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Before the surgery: Who can undergo a jaw surgery?

The eligibility for a jaw surgery is usually based on birth defects or defects due to injuries like protruding or receding jawline and the likes. Your surgeon or cosmetologist will suggest a relevant surgery based on your problems, requirements, and expectations from the surgery.  The following are common problems which can make one opt for a surgery:

  • Birth defects
  • Protruding jaw
  • Receding lower jaw and chin
  • Facial injury
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Difficulty in biting food
  • Irregular facial appearance

Most of these irregularities can be identified with x-rays coupled with guidance from an expert to choose the right surgery. Moreover, if you want to simply enhance the appearance of your jaw, a relevant surgery will be suggested by our experts.

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Jaw Surgery Results & After Care

The before and after of a jaw surgery are visibly varying- however, you must be cautious with your diet, eating habits and skin care to ensure proper healing and recovery. Firstly, it is important to follow your cosmetologist’s instructions. Painkillers may be prescribed to curb pain. A modified diet may also be introduced to reduce the strain on your jaw. Avoid smoking and heavy exercising. All of this, however, is only during the initial period. Usually, it takes 1-3 weeks to resume your normal activities and nearly 12 months for complete recovery.

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