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Two Jaw Surgery

Fixation Method Comparison

  • 01 Complete Fixation Method
  • 02 Self Fixation Method
  • 03 No Fixation Method
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Classification Complete Fixation Method Self Fixation Method No Fixation Method
Fixation between the jaw (maxilla) Fixate jaws (between maxilla) : Tie upper teeth and the lower teeth together Partially fixate using rubber band : Freely fixate and unfix No jaw fixation (between maxilla)
Respiration Rely on breathing through nose Possible to breathe through both nose and mouth Possible to breathe through both nose and mouth
Only 10% of average respiration is available
Food Use of straw, in between the teeth Possible to open mouth to eat Possible to open mouth to eat
Return to everyday activity Communication is inconvenient, not able to return to everyday activity in short period of time freely communicate, able to return to everyday activity in short period of time freely communicate, able to return to everyday activity in short period of time
Possibility Possible to apply for all Two Jaw Surgery cases Possible to apply for all Two Jaw Surgery cases May not be possible to apply for some Two Jaw Surgery cases

When it comes to two jaw surgery, surgery process and outcome are important rather than fixation method.

At WONJIN, there are many methods of fixation to choose from. We provide the best solution for the fastest recovery, and thus we will recommend the best fixation method that best suits the patient.
  • Breathing is easierBreathe Easier
  • Safety and cleanlinessClean Oral Cavity
  • Able to eat solid foodConsume Solid Foods
  • Quicker recoveryFast Recovery
  • Able to communicateAble to Talk