A protruding jaw can affect patients of all ages, including children and adults. In some cases, a protruding jaw may be the result of a
Category: Orthognathic (Corrective Jaw) Surgeon
Do you have an upcoming oral surgery scheduled? If so, you are probably wondering what steps to take to prepare for your procedure and if
Many patients first encounter an oral surgeon when it’s time to have their wisdom teeth removed, but oral and maxillofacial surgeons are qualified to do
Dr Wolford treats the most common type of TMJ disorder is a displaced articular disc. This occurs when a disc slips out of its proper
Jaw surgery and a treatment plan can correct the type of malocclusion where the lower and upper sets of teeth do not properly align, an
Orthognathic surgery is indicated when a patient’s jaws do not fit together properly, affecting the functionality of the bite as well as the smile’s appearance.