Jaw Repositioning

Orthognathic Surgery

Please take a moment to view before and after photos of patients who underwent jaw repositioning surgery at Dallas Surgical Arts. Use our Contact form or call for information or to make an appointment: Dallas Surgical Arts Phone Number 972-566-4900.

Disclaimer: All photos provided of real patients and show their personal experiences with our practice. Individual results will vary from patient to patient.



Before and After Jaw Repositioning

Before: She has an open bite, short lower jaw and flat upper lip due to a cleft lip and palate.

After: After moving her lower jaw forward, closing her bite and filling her upper lip.


Before and After Jaw Repositioning

Before: She has an open bite, short lower jaw and flat upper lip due to a cleft lip and palate.

After: After moving her lower jaw forward, closing her bite and filling her upper lip.


Before and After Jaw Repositioning

Before: She has an open bite, short lower jaw and flat upper lip due to a cleft lip and palate.

After: After moving her lower jaw forward, closing her bite and filling her upper lip.


Before and After Jaw Repositioning

Before: She has an open bite, short lower jaw and flat upper lip due to a cleft lip and palate.

After: After moving her lower jaw forward, closing her bite and filling her upper lip.


Before and After Jaw Repositioning

Before: This woman had a long history of severe, progressive temporomandibular joint degeneration. The joint degeneration caused an open bite malocclusion where the only teeth that touched were her molar teeth. The upper jaw grew too long, and tilted down on the right, causing too much gum tissue to show when she smiled. Her lower jaw rotated backward making her chin appear weak, and creating a large gap between her upper and lower lips.

After:After upper jaw orthognathic surgery (LeFort I osteotomy) to raise, advance and level the upper jaw, she had a beautiful smile and excellent symmetry.


Before and After Jaw Repositioning

Before: This woman had a long history of severe, progressive temporomandibular joint degeneration. The upper jaw grew too long, and too far back, causing her lower jaw to look too small, and her nose to look too large, when she smiled. Her lower jaw rotated backward making her chin appear weak, and creating a large gap between her upper and lower lips. She had pain in both joints and inability to chew a normal diet.

After: After upper jaw orthognathic surgery (LeFort I osteotomy) and total replacement of both temporomandibular joints, her upper and lower jaws were brought forward to create a beautiful profile and to help her chew normally.