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Mandibular advancement surgery

Mandibular advancement

Bilateral sagittal split osteotomy

Profiles photos initial et final


Initial and final profile after  orthosurgery treatment with mandibular advancement

Intraorals photos intraorales initial and final

LoDeCh-initial-final orthodontiste-Chamberland-Quebec

Clas II division 1. Orthosurgery treatment with mandibular advancement

14 January 2011

Hello everyone,

It is a pleasure to read news from people who underwent the same intervention. As far as I am concerned, it is quite recent. On 9 February, I underwent a bilateral sagittal split osteotomy and everything went well. Like you, I mostly apprehended the pain. Well, I can tell you that the pain is not very bad and I am recovering from the anesthesia very well. Physically, I look like Mafalda with the swelling, but I trust the result. What is the most annoying is the food, because I only eat puréed food, but I really appreciate the nutritionist’s little guide and the proposed recipes.

I am often hungry and I noticed that I need to eat often. And what is tasty is not the handy ready-to-eat puréed food, but rather the meals that look like what I usually eat, for instance cooked chicken mixed with broth in a blender, cooked vegetables that are blended to make purée, etc. It is tastier! I also really like smoothies, complete-meal soups and I even rediscovered ice cream! With a little bit of maple syrup to spoil myself a little!

I am looking forward to seeing what is in store for me, but I trust my oral surgeon and my orthodontist. They have my trust.

Good luck to the next ones!

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