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trauma surgery serving Lake Mary. With offices in Orange City, drdavidturbyfill.com can meet diverse oral
surgery and advanced dental surgery needs, using the latest techniques and technologies to enhance health and
When it comes to revision and reconstruction of the jaw and palate, one option that's quite effective is rigid
fixation surgery. Since many matters related to maxillofacial surgery are commonly misunderstood, we want to
go over the basics of rigid fixation surgery so patients get a good idea of what is involved.
About Rigid Fixation Surgery
Rigid fixation surgery refers to jaw surgeries in which plates and screws are used to assist in the repositioning
of the structures of the mouth. Plates and screws can be used to stabilize the mandible (the lower jaw) or the
maxillae (the palate/upper dental arch).
Reasons for Rigid Fixation Surgery
Rigid fixation surgery is used in order to address fractures or breaks in the jaw or maxilla, whether these are the
result of controlled treatments (orthognathics) or facial trauma (e.g., accidents, intentional injuries).
Rigid Fixation Surgery for Orthognathics
Orthognathics refers to surgeries of the jaw and the face that are used to address abnormalities or deformities
that affect the health of a patient.
One common reason that orthognathics is performed is severe malocclusion. In these cases, the misalignment of
the teeth is so severe that orthodontic treatment alone will not be enough to improve dental alignment. The
mandible and/or maxillae will require surgical revision and reshaping first, followed by orthodontic care.
If you would like more information about jaw surgery and how our team can help you achieve a healthy smile,
it's important that you contact our dental surgery center today. The team at drdavidtyturbyfill.com looks
forward to meeting you in person and helping you achieve total wellness.
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