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Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions
Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術前
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Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術後
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Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術前
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Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術後
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Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術前
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Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術後
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Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術前
* Before
Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術後
* After
Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術前
* Before
Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術後
* After
Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術前
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Convex Face with Normal Bite Functions 	 術後
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Case Description
This type of face is categorized by Dr. Hsieh as convex face with normal occlusion because the angle and occlusion of the teeth are correctly aligned (without deep bite present) however there were excessive forward and downward growths of the bones that caused a protruded mouth. This condition is generally combined with gummy smile and receding chin. Generally, there are two types of treatments for this condition, which involve removing or not removing teeth. When the teeth are removed that would give Dr. Hsieh more space to push back. In this case, the patient received upper and lower jaw orthognathic surgery while four teeth were removed (Surgery First-Orthodontic Later Surgery). This picture shows how the patient looked after the braces were removed 7 months after surgery.

Results of surgery vary among patients. Please consult your doctor.
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Results of surgery vary among patients. Please consult your doctor.