Can I get a bimax with class 1 bite?

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I have a perfect bite, but both my maxilla and mandible are receded - not by much but recessed in Frankfort plane and have nasiolabial folds.
My orthodontist says that decompensation will take 2 or more years with potential health risks to tmj and breathing as they will have to artificially create a class 2 bite and possibly worsen my recession in that time.

I don't want to wait that long.

Is there a way to move and rotate both the mandible and maxilla in such a way so the bite remains unchanged?
 
yeah just make sure the maxilla and mandible move the same amount
 
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rotation will depend on occlusal plane
 
I have a perfect bite, but both my maxilla and mandible are receded - not by much but recessed in Frankfort plane and have nasiolabial folds.
My orthodontist says that decompensation will take 2 or more years with potential health risks to tmj and breathing as they will have to artificially create a class 2 bite and possibly worsen my recession in that time.

I don't want to wait that long.

Is there a way to move and rotate both the mandible and maxilla in such a way so the bite remains unchanged?
if they have to create a class 2 bite your skeletal bite is not class 1, it's class 2! YOUR BONES ARE CLASS 2
 
I have a perfect bite, but both my maxilla and mandible are receded - not by much but recessed in Frankfort plane and have nasiolabial folds.
My orthodontist says that decompensation will take 2 or more years with potential health risks to tmj and breathing as they will have to artificially create a class 2 bite and possibly worsen my recession in that time.

I don't want to wait that long.

Is there a way to move and rotate both the mandible and maxilla in such a way so the bite remains unchanged?
Tbh i dont understand a thing that you said
 

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