Concerns, motivation, and experience of orthognathic surgery patients: a retrospective study of 152 patients.

Abstract

Patient perceptions and motivations for undergoing orthognathic surgery were evaluated retrospectively by a 15-item self-administered questionnaire. Surgical risk was the major reservation concerning having an operation, and change in appearance and cost of treatment were of next greatest concern. Of the 152 patients, 78.3% would elect to have surgery again… (More)

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