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Jaw Surgery and Dental Implants in Singapore Blog

Camouflaging an underbite with veneers instead of orthognathic surgery

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Skeletal Class III dentofacial deformity, commonly referred to as underbite, is fairly common in Singapore. Those seeking treatment are usually teenagers or young adults, and are still dependent on their parents for consent as well as finances. While some parents are supportive, others are dead set against the idea of surgery. Those who are against surgery may look for less invasive alternatives to mask the underbite. Such masking can be done by camouflage orthodontics or in some cases, veneers and crowns. Such compromised treatment is not ideal and may lead to other problems.

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