Jaw Surgery

We Restore Jaw Function

A full-functioning and healthy jaw is essential for eating, speaking, laughing, coughing, yawning, sneezing, and more. Complications with the jawbones can make these actions difficult, might be the source of pain, and can lead to other dental issues. Oral Surgery and Implant Institute KC offers jaw surgery and grafting services for patients in Kansas City, MO to create healthy mouths that operate to the best of their ability. If you’re experiencing issues with your jaw or you’ve had an accident, contact us to schedule a consultation to learn what we can do for you.
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Local Jaw Surgery

Don’t let pain or complications hinder your jaw's ability to do its job. We treat patients with hereditary and chronic conditions and those who’ve suffered trauma with effective surgical and grafting options. Our surgeries are performed locally in our office. You can always count on our safe environment and caring staff when you visit us.
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Facial Imbalances

Jaw asymmetry can cause issues such as underbites, overbites, crossbites, and more. These malocclusions can cause improper chewing, speech issues, and pain. Our surgical options will address these conditions.

Bone Deterioration

Bone deterioration in the jaw causes complications for the teeth it supports. In addition to future tooth issues, patients may have trouble chewing and speaking. Jawbone grafting will bulk up the area to minimize problems.

Pain Reduction

Patients born with a jaw defect or who develop issues from habits like teeth grinding can find relief for discomfort with jaw surgery options. We offer comprehensive consultations to discuss your issue and find a solution.

Learn About Your Options

It's common for patients to wait until the pain is unbearable or they’ve lost jaw function before exploring their options. However, at Oral Surgery and Implant Institute KC, we encourage individuals to contact us at the first sign of an issue to discuss their situation and learn about potential jaw surgery procedures. Early intervention can minimize the complexity and discomfort of your issue. You may not be a candidate for surgery yet, but speaking with our team will help set you up for the best outcome for your situation.
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