How to correct a protruding mouth

01

Protruding mouth Bimaxillary surgery

Surgery method

Dental occlusion and the protruding mouth is improved by moving the upper and lower jaw backwards without molar extraction.

Surgery targets

  • If there is malocclusion
  •  Individuals who want to improve their protruding mouth without tooth extraction
  • Individuals who want to improve their protruding mouth, short chin, long face, and excessive gum exposure simultaneously.

02

Protruded Mouth Surgery (ASO)

Surgery method

After extracting four premolars through an intraoral  incision ,  the protruding mouth is corrected by moving the gum bones and teeth.

Surgery targets

  • When gum bones are protruded
  • When gum bones and teeth are protruded at the same time

Q. Bimaxillary Surgery,
why at Girin Plastic Surgery?

Bimaxillary surgery not only addresses functional issues by repositioning facial bones but also enhances aesthetic perfection.


While post-surgery sagging is commonly expected in orthognathic surgery, Girin Plastic Surgery distinguishes itself by actively addressing and improving this concern.


The collaborative effort of plastic surgeons and oral and maxillofacial surgeons at Girin Plastic Surgery ensures delivering high-quality results.

How to correct a protruding mouth

01

Protruding mouth Bimaxillary surgery

Surgery method

Surgery targets

The length of the upper and lower jaw is corrected through bimaxillary surgery. It is recommended 

if you have long facial dimensions and severe facial asymmetry.

  • If there is malocclusion.
  • Individuals who want to improve their protruding mouth without tooth extraction.
  • Individuals who want to improve their protruding mouth, short chin, long face, and excessive gum exposure simultaneously.

02

Protruded Mouth Surgery (ASO)

Surgery method

After extracting four premolars through an intraoral  incision ,  the protruding mouth is corrected by moving the gum bones and teeth.

Surgery targets

  • When gum bones are protruded
  • When gum bones and teeth are protruded at the same time

Q. Bimaxillary Surgery, why at Girin Plastic Surgery?

Bimaxillary surgery not only addresses functional issues by repositioning facial bones but also enhances aesthetic perfection.


While post-surgery sagging is commonly expected in orthognathic surgery, Girin Plastic Surgery distinguishes itself by actively addressing and improving this concern.


The collaborative effort of plastic surgeons and oral and maxillofacial surgeons at Girin Plastic Surgery ensures delivering high-quality results.

Surgery Info

SURGERY TIME

3 hours

HOSPITALIZATION

3 days

ANESTHESIA

General anesthesia

STITCH REMOVAL

Not required

RECOVERY PERIODS

3 weeks

Q. Is dental correction required before bimaxillary surgery?

Girin Plastic Surgery does not necessarily recommend pre-operative dental correction to bimaxillary surgery patients.

Girin SFA System

What is Girin SFA (Surgery First Approach) System?

Utilizing the know-how and technological advancements of Girin Plastic Surgery, our system anticipates post-surgery teeth alignment and executes corrective measures without the need for pre-surgery adjustments.

The SFA system not only ensures patients achieve highly satisfactory results but also contributes to shortening the treatment period.

Transparent & convenient 
invisalign braces

A surgical approach tailored to the patient's needs, rather than the doctor's convenience. 

Bimaxillary surgery methods include SSRO (Sagittal Split Ramus Osteotomy) and IVRO (Intraoral Vertical Ramus Osteotomy) methods.

Girin Plastic Surgery utilizes 3DCT to conduct a thorough analysis of the patient's facial bones and symptoms, enabling precise surgical planning.

Stronger and safer with high-quality titanium fixing device

Improved strength

than current titanium plates

Safety approved by 

the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Beautiful jawline with FDA-verified absorbent material

FDA-approved bioabsorbable material

No separate pin removal surgery after surgery

Same surgical result

High strength 

comparable to titanium

No worries about 

surgery marks

No heterogeneity 

and rejection

Postoperative Process of Bimaxillary Surgery at Girin

Reasons to choose Girin Plastic Surgery for Bimaxillary surgery

Q. Is dental correction required before bimaxillary surgery?

Girin Plastic Surgery does not necessarily recommend 

pre-operative dental correction to bimaxillary surgery patients.

Girin SFA System

What is Girin SFA (Surgery First Approach) System?


Utilizing the know-how and technological advancements of Girin Plastic Surgery, our system anticipates post-surgery teeth alignment and executes corrective measures without the need for pre-surgery adjustments.

The SFA system not only ensures patients achieve highly satisfactory results but also contributes to shortening the treatment period.

Transparent & convenient invisalign braces

A surgical approach tailored to the patient's needs,
rather than the doctor's convenience.

Bimaxillary surgery methods include SSRO (Sagittal Split Ramus Osteotomy) and IVRO (Intraoral Vertical Ramus Osteotomy) methods.

Girin Plastic Surgery utilizes 3DCT to conduct a thorough analysis of the patient's facial bones and symptoms, enabling precise surgical planning.

Stronger and safer with high-quality 

titanium fixing device

Improved strength than current titanium plates

Safety approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Beautiful jawline 

with FDA-verified absorbent material

FDA-approved

bioabsorbable material

Same

surgical result

High strength

comparable to titanium

No separate pin

removal surgery after surgery

No worries about

surgery marks

No heterogeneity 

and rejection

Postoperative Process of Bimaxillary Surgery at Girin

Reasons to choose Girin Plastic Surgery

for Bimaxillary surgery