Orthognathic surgery, also known as corrective jaw surgery, is used to correct conditions related to the structure of the face and jaw which causes orthodontic problems like, TMJ disorder, malocclusions, and other problems that cannot be treated with normal braces. If you have been advised to get an orthognathic surgery, here are 5 questions that you need to ask your dentist before your Orthognathic surgery.
Dental Implants, as we all know, replicate the form and function of a real tooth. And because of this reason, dental implant stands as the best tooth-replacement option for the loss of one or more teeth. Although modern dentistry can offer an implant success rate of over 95%, there are some issues that may arise due to poor oral hygiene and other various factors. Usually, dental implants are securely placed in the jaw bone and do not allow for any movement after its placement. So is a wiggling dental implant a sign of implant failure?