Most of the problems in relation to tooth alignment are discovered by the dentist in routine examination; since he can easily distinguish whether your condition will require surgery or not, in order to verify the proper fit of the posterior teeth.

Abnormal face apperance

The difficulty to chew can be due to different factors such as, bad bite, incorrect restorations and problems of the temporomandibular joint.

Difficulty or discomfort when chewing or closing the mouth

A blow in the jaw means that the lower part has undergone a change of its normal position in one or both joints, in the area where the jaw articulates with the skull. The symptoms are usually pain when opening and closing the mouth, limited movement, swelling of the affected area, swelling in the lower part of the face, bleeding from the mouth.

Severe jaw injury