Dd's is medical too. Her teeth don't match up to eat. We have already done 4 years of treatments that have failed.
She will be year 10 or 11 by the time the surgery happens. We first have to go through process of convincing the professor that it should be done. Even though we have been told by the professor that retired last year that needs to be done. Her jaw will be done but the chin is up in the air a bit. The orthodontist thinks it does need to be done.
She has a very pointed chin. It so long and out that it balances her top jaw. So at quick glance you can't tell how bad her overbite is. So once that jaw is moved forward 1.4 cms her chin will also stick out even more. Iykim