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How often do I need to come to see the doctors if I live overseas?

If you have an orthodontist who is able to manage your case in your area there is no need to come to surgeon’s office often. Dental models casts and intraoral photographs every 3-4 months is all that we need to evaluate the progress of orthodontic setup. Second visit would be scheduled directly for surgery one week before surgery. If you prefer to use our orthodontic service you should show up every 1 to 2 months for the first 12 to 18 months. It is recommended to see your orthodontist every month, so if you can do that only every other month the preoperative setup may take a longer time. When the time for surgery is planned, you should come to the office at least 8 days prior to the surgery and stay at a close distance to the office for about 3 weeks after the surgery. During the postoperative orthodontic treatment stage you should be coming back every 1-2 months for about 6 to 8 months.
 
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