Top Reasons to Visit Dr. Katie Vo for Surgical Orthodontics
- The fees charged by Texas Family Orthodontics are quite reasonable and compare favorably to other practices in the San Antonio, TX, area
- Surgical orthodontics can greatly improve the quality of your life
- Dr. Vo is proud to serve patients from throughout the San Antonio, TX, area
Important Information about Surgical Orthodontics
There’s no getting around it – some issues simply require surgery. From bad bites to jaw bone abnormalities and much more, there are certain issues that simply can’t be repaired with braces or other dental appliances. Fortunately, Dr. Katie Vo offers patients a variety of surgical orthodontic procedures specifically designed to address improper jaw alignment or a bad bite that cannot be remedied with non-surgical procedures.
Typically, surgical orthodontic procedures are performed in a hospital. Afterward, as is the case with almost any surgery, Dr. Vo will recommend a period of rest and healing at home. You may still need to wear braces after your surgery, but typically those braces can be removed within a few months.
If you have problems that are significant enough to require surgery, those same problems are probably negatively impacting the quality of your life. And the longer you delay having the problem resolved, often the worse the problem becomes. Fortunately, the vast majority of issues can be resolved through advanced surgical procedures. There is no reason to suffer with an unattractive smile or a painfully misaligned jaw!
The only way to know for sure whether surgical orthodontics is right for you is to schedule an appointment at our San Antonio, TX, office. Dr. Vo would be happy to meet with you and determine whether or not you are a good candidate for surgical orthodontics.
Contact Us Today for More Information
For more information about surgical orthodontics, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Vo, call our San Antonio, TX, office today at (210) 256-9767. Whatever your orthodontic problem may be, chances are there’s a way to remedy the issue once and for all, whether that involves being fitted with an orthodontic appliance or surgery. Call us today!