Underbite Correction

THE KURPIS NON-SURGICAL UNDERBITE CORRECTION METHOD™

TM - 00522198 - 48900-40 US TM for the KURPIS NON-SURGICAL UNDERBITE CORRECTION METHOD

With the development of the Kurpis Nonsurgical Underbite Correction Method™ , class three malocclusion and mandibular prognathism (protruding lower jaw) can be visually corrected.

Most people with a protruding lower jaw are told they will need to undergo a corrective jaw surgery procedure, known as orthognathic surgery, which is performed by a maxillofacial oral surgeon. This surgical method, combined with additional orthodontic treatment, can take 1-2 years to complete. Many of these patients do not want to commit to such a lengthy and complex surgical solution. The Kurpis Non-Surgical Method™ also eliminates the risk of complications that may be associated with Orthognathic surgery.

The Kurpis Method ™, is suitable for patients who want a more conservative, nonsurgical approach that can be accomplished quickly. The Kurpis Nonsurgical Underbite Correction Method™, can be completed in as few as two visits (after the initial consultation).

In only two visits, we can dramatically transform your smile and your profile. Let us show you actual cases and videos of people just like you who have gone through this process and are amazed by the results.

Get Your Free Consult Today
Hear From Some Of Our Patients

View the video to hear from some of our patients and from the Underbite Dentist himself, Dr. Kurpis.
Get Your Free Consult TodaySee More Videos
Underbite Correction Without Surgery

Dr. Kurpis can fix your underbite without surgery!

An underbite, also known as a class III malocclusion, is a common jaw relationship found in many people. When a person has normal occlusion, the upper and lower teeth align in such a way that the upper teeth fit slightly over the lower teeth when biting. When a person has an underbite, however, the mandible (lower jaw) protrudes forward in front of the maxilla (upper jaw), causing the lower teeth to overlap the upper teeth when the jaw is closed. This gives the chin and lower teeth a more prominent.

While orthognathic surgery can be an excellent treatment option for many patients with moderate to severe underbites, there are several factors that must be considered before undergoing this extensive treatment option. One major consideration is the cost involved. In many cases insurance alone will not cover orthognathic surgery, and surgery costs can be quite high. Furthermore, orthodontic treatment is often needed in conjunction with surgery, adding to the overall cost of treatment. Other considerations for surgery include the length of time involved for the treatment both pre and post-operatively, the level of discomfort associated with the surgical procedure, and the potential risks and complications including infection, lip numbness, and consequential openbite, among others.

Get Your Free Consult Today

UNDERBITE CORRECTION VIDEOS

UNDERBITE CORRECTION BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS

 

Fix underbite without surgery

 
 
 
1
1

CONTACT US TODAY