Renaissance Oral & Facial Surgery

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Dallas, TX



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Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

“I cannot say often enough how much I consider beauty a powerful and advantageous quality.  Socrates called it ‘a short tyranny,’ and Plato, ‘the privilege of nature.’ We have no quality that surpasses it in credit.  It holds first place in human relations; it presents itself before the rest, seduces and prepossesses our judgement with […]

A patient’s surgery experience

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

We have invited one of our jaw surgery patients to write about his experience with orthognathic surgery and braces.  Here are his thoughts. My Journey to Straight Teeth Begins My journey to correct my crooked teeth and receding jaw began in January of 2009.  I had two overlapping front teeth and an over-bite that also […]

Orthognathic Surgery

Thursday, January 6th, 2011

What is Orthognathic Surgery? When uneven jaw growth occurs, or when injury or birth defects affect jaw alignment, the dental-facial relationship can become imbalanced.  Jaw misalignment can affect chewing, speech, breathing, appearance, and long-term health.  In these cases orthognathic surgery may be required to reposition the jaws.  An Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon is the specialist […]