Why cosmetic jaw surgery in siya?

major operation theater facility

The only on-site surgical suite of its kind in the Ann Arbor area, our orthognatic surgery facility offers exceptional convenience and privacy. You won’t need to drive out of the way to enjoy a safe surgery and a smooth, stress-free experience from start to finish.

your convenience our priority

In addition to providing a safe setting for surgery, our private operating suite offers a higher level of convenience than any other facility in the area. It’s not uncommon for patients at other practices to have to drive an hour or more out of the way to an off-site facility for surgery. Our suite is located right in our building on the St. Joe’s Mercy Ann Arbor campus

Room Features

Double beds
Adjoining rooms
Private baths with toilet and towels/toiletries
In-room refrigerators/ac

Why do I need Jaw Surgery?

Orthognathic surgery is needed when the top and bottom jaws don’t meet correctly and/or teeth don’t adequately fit within the jaw. Teeth are straightened with orthodontics, and corrective jaw surgery repositions a misaligned jaw. This not only improves facial appearance but also ensures that teeth meet correctly and function properly.


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Types of Jaw Surgeries

There are a few different types of orthognathic surgeries available, depending on the severity of misalignment and your jaw positioning. Five common types of jaw surgery include:

Maxillary Osteotomy
Mandibular Osteotomy


The most common operation to correct temporomandibular joint dysfunction is an open-joint arthroplasty (keyhole surgery). During the procedure, an arthroscope (small camera) is inserted into a small incision the surgeon makes in front of the ear. Then the surgeon removes any scar tissue surrounding the joint to relieve pain. 

Maxillary Osteotomy (Upper Jaw Surgery)

Maxillary osteotomy surgery corrects a severely receded upper jaw. During the procedure, an oral surgeon makes an incision in the gums above the teeth in the upper jaw.The surgeon cuts, breaks, and moves the upper jaw into the correct position. Then, they attach a small plastic wafer to the teeth to help align the upper jaw. The jaw is fixed in place with titanium screws and metal plates.

Upper jaw surgery can correct an overbite, crossbite, and open bite in adults. 

Mandibular Osteotomy (Lower Jaw

Mandibular Osteotomy (Lower Jaw)
Mandibular osteotomy surgery corrects a severely receded lower jaw. During the procedure, an oral surgeon moves the lower jawbone forward or backward, depending on the patient’s bite alignment. Lower jaw surgery commonly treats underbites.

Genioplasty (Chin Surgery)

Similar to mandibular osteotomies, genioplasties also correct severely receded lower jaws. During this procedure, an oral surgeon restructures the jaw and chin. Often times, an oral surgeon combines lower jaw surgery and chin surgery into the same operation.


Arthrocentesis uses sterile fluid to wash out the TMJ (temporomandibular joint). During the procedure, an oral surgeon repositions the patient’s jaw, realigns the cartilage disc, and then administers a steroid drug into the joint. The goal of the surgery is to return the cartilage disc to its correct location and remove any debris inside the joint.


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