Orthognatic Surgery

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    — Sandra Clore

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    — Lisa Sugden

  • “I don’t believe this process could have been handled more professionally, Thank you very much.”

    — Maria White

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    — Anne Melchor

  • “Absolutely love this place. My son is scared of needles and Dr Vendetti did everything to make him comfortable.”

    — Crystal Blagg

  • “My Treatment was fantastic! I am very happy with Virginia Surgical Arts.”

    — Lauren Tasch

  • “You guys rock. I’m glad I got referred here.”

    — Amber Bass

  • “I was pleasantly surprised to receive a courteous call from Dr. Vendetti the day of my surgery. It made me feel, like I wasn’t another patient just lost in the shuffle of files at the end of the day.”

    — Meredith Rafter

  • “Superb facility, I was very impressed! … Everyone was excellent, I really liked the follow up call that Dr. Vendetti made to my home that same day, I was shocked.”

    — Jerry Stokes

  • “Very relaxing. The doctor went out of his way to care for me and check up on me. I was very impressed. Excellent bedside manner.”

    — Krista Clark

  • “Martha is amazing! I went in for my first dermaplaning and could not be happier with my results! My skin has never looked better.”

    – Jennifer Delaneuville

Orthognathic surgery is surgery of the jaws and facial structures to correct problems of abnormal growth and development. This type of surgery is usually done in the hospital.

Some signs of imbalance in growth that may require orthognathic “corrective” facial surgery include:

  • difficulty chewing or biting food
  • difficulty swallowing
  • speech problems
  • chronic jaw pain
  • excessive wearing of teeth
  • open bite (space between upper and lower front or back teeth when mouth is closed)
  • unbalanced facial appearance
  • facial injury or birth defects
  • receding chin
  • protruding jaw
  • inability to make lips meet without effort
  • chronic mouth breathing with dry mouth
  • sleep apnea (breathing problems when sleeping, such as snoring)

Orthognathic surgery often requires a team approach with the oral and maxillofacial surgeon and the orthodontist. If you have any questions please feel free to call our office at (757) 430-7690.

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Cosmetic Surgery in Virginia Beach, VA | Virginia Surgical Arts

Cosmetic Surgery in Virginia Beach, VA | Virginia Surgical Arts