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Orthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic Surgery: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments | National Dental Centre Singapore

Orthognathic Surgery - How to prevent?

Orthognathic Surgery - Preparing for surgery

​Are There Any Risks?

No surgery is risk-free. Understanding the possible complications can help you make a better decision. 

Orthognathic surgery is performed under general anaesthesia. It usually requires hospitalisation of about 1-3 days.  Patients who undergo orthognathic surgery are generally healthy and therefore able to recover more easily. 

Different conditions are corrected with varying procedures during orthognathic surgery. To set your mind at ease, simply ask your surgeons about the risks.

Orthognathic Surgery - Other Information

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