In this study, three-dimensional modeling and finite element analysis were used to evaluate and compare the stability of Le Fort I osteotomy fixed with titanium and resorbable fixation systems under molar and incisor bite forces. A three-dimensional model of 5-mm advanced hemimaxilla was generated. Contact analyses between the upper and lower segments were prescribed. Two L-plates were inserted on this model via simulation. Displacement, principal stresses, and principal elastic strains were evaluated under 44-N, 125-N incisor and, 250-N molar bite forces. These results suggest that Le Fort I osteotomies fixed with titanium miniplates and screws were stable under all tested forces. However, in resorbable group, under incisor bite forces greater than 44 N, there is a great risk of plate fracture, screw deformation, and/or failure.