Jaw surgery is applied to enlarge and reveal a small jaw.
Thanks to the correct planning and implementation, prostheses appear to produce better results even better than you can imagine.
How is Jaw Prostheses Surgery Performed?
Jaw prosthesis are placed inside the mouth with a cut incised from the deepest part of your lower lip or under the chin. The procedure can be applied by general anaesthesia or local anaesthesia. A cut of 2-3 cm is incised under the chin and an imperceptible trace remains. The surgery, which can be performed on anyone over the age of 18, lasts 1 hour on average.
How is the Healing Process After Jaw Prostheses Surgery?
The self-melting stitches in the mouth disappear within 7 to 10 days after the surgery. Oedema and slight swelling may occur on the jaw. After the operation, it is important to avoid active lifestyle and heavy activities. After the operation, it is asked to use special tapes for a period of time determined by the doctor. Approximately after third week, the shape of your jaw becomes more pronounced. You can easily return to your daily life within 3 to 7 days after the surgery.