Life Changing Jaw Surgery

A young woman can SMILE for the very first time after enduring horrific surgery to have her severe underbite corrected. Stefanie Grant, 25, from London, was teased throughout her teenage years by cruel bullies who accused her of being miserable as she could not smile. But the underbite, a result of a birth defect known as class III asymmetric malocclusion, has finally been corrected, and the brunette is looking forward to showing off her new smile.

A young woman can SMILE for the very first time after enduring horrific surgery to have her severe underbite corrected. Stefanie Grant, 25, from London, was teased throughout her teenage years by cruel bullies who accused her of being miserable as she could not smile. But the underbite, a result of a birth defect known as class III asymmetric malocclusion, has finally been corrected, and the brunette is looking forward to showing off her new smile.

A young woman can SMILE for the very first time after enduring horrific surgery to have her severe underbite corrected. Stefanie Grant, 25, from London, was teased throughout her teenage years by cruel bullies who accused her of being miserable as she could not smile. But the underbite, a result of a birth defect known as class III asymmetric malocclusion, has finally been corrected, and the brunette is looking forward to showing off her new smile.

A young woman can SMILE for the very first time after enduring horrific surgery to have her severe underbite corrected. Stefanie Grant, 25, from London, was teased throughout her teenage years by cruel bullies who accused her of being miserable as she could not smile. But the underbite, a result of a birth defect known as class III asymmetric malocclusion, has finally been corrected, and the brunette is looking forward to showing off her new smile.

A young woman can SMILE for the very first time after enduring horrific surgery to have her severe underbite corrected. Stefanie Grant, 25, from London, was teased throughout her teenage years by cruel bullies who accused her of being miserable as she could not smile. But the underbite, a result of a birth defect known as class III asymmetric malocclusion, has finally been corrected, and the brunette is looking forward to showing off her new smile.