In my case, my bite is not 100%. I would say its 90%. So either they will say my previous surgery (done by another doctor, not them) was totally crap and tell me do to it all again to fix my bite 100%, or they will say its not bad and braces can fix the rest of it easily. Im seeing them in April. I had braces removed when my bite was not 100% yet very early after 4 months of the surgery done, which I think was the problem (that was almost 5 years ago), my ortho didn't take care of me until the end of treatment because he said he had done all he could. Apart from my bite, I was also left with some flat area bellow my eyes which I didn't have before. But thats because my upper jaw was advanced. So the area bellow my nose was advanced and also my chin was advanced. So then proportionally I feel the area bellow the eyes was left back literally
Hope you understand, my bad english, Im italian
Other issues I have, TMJ pain on my right side, mild, which I already had before surgery. My jaw line, where the bone was cut and in the areas where I have the pins + screws, Is crocked because some pins are coming out. If that could be softened by removing the hardware and doing some grafts where there is missing bone. I waited 5 years to get someone to look into it, I was really scared to have anyone touching my face again (my post surgery was hell, even though I was not wired, I just had elastics holding which I could remove to clean and eat). Im seeing Arnett / Gunson and if anyone is to touch my face again it will probably be them, even if just to remove my plates and screws to make my jaw line more smooth. Its good to know that they won't push another surgery unless they really feel its needed. I really hope I don't need another one.