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A Bilateral Sagittal Split Osteotomy (or BSSO) is a type of jaw surgery where the lower jaw is separated from the face and repositioned.
This major craniofacial operation expands the space of the skull while improving facial appearance, particularly around the eyes.
During the LeFort I surgery, the upper jaw (or maxilla) is separated from the rest of the face and repositioned.
Patients who undergo Le Fort III reconstruction are usually diagnosed with syndromic craniosynostosis.
The Monobloc is a craniofacial operation that can produce major changes in facial appearance and expand the volume of the skull for the treatment of brain compression.
An osseous genioplasty or bony genioplasty is a surgery where the shape of chin is changed by moving the chin bone forward, rather than using a chin implant. In most cases, the chin is brought forward but there are instances where the chin is brought forward and upward, straightened or even pushed back.