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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolDental: BDS, King's College Hospital, University of London
Medical: MBBS, King's College Hospital
Post-Medical School TrainingFellowship: Dental Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons of England (FDSRCS)
Treatments offered at McIndoe Surgical Centre
Most popular answers from Darryl Coombes, MBBS, BDS, FRCS, FDSRCS
In males surgery can be performed from 18 years of age, in females 16 years of age because the growth has then stopped.The main risk of surgery in the... READ MORE
Is it possible to have another jaw surgery a few years after the first one if you`re not happy with the results?
Revision orthognathic surgery is possible when titanium plates and screws have been used. Technically the surgery is more challenging but not impossible. READ MORE
Looking at your profile I do not feel you would benefit from any form of jaw reduction surgery. Even though there are no close up pictures of your... READ MORE
I think you a actually showing too much in the way of upper incisor teeth when you smile and your lower jaw is still retrognathic (setback compared to... READ MORE
Orthognathic Surgery will not treat tinnitus or your TMJ problems.In fact in some cases orthognathic surgery can actually worsen symptoms of TMJ.... READ MORE
Looking at your X-ray it would appear that your underbite (reverse overjet) is a consequence of a protruding lower jaw and an underdeveloped... READ MORE
In order to achieve a more defined jawline I would advise either a chin implant or a minimal forward sliding genioplasty (this would mean reducing the... READ MORE
This a complication of undergoing a maxillary impaction Le Fort procedure. Your surgeon has placed a Cinch suture in an attempt to narrow your alar... READ MORE
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