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Management of severe cleft maxillary deficiency with distraction osteogenesis: procedure and results


, : Management of severe cleft maxillary deficiency with distraction osteogenesis: procedure and results. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 115(1): 1-12

Distraction osteogenesis has become an important technique to treat craniofacial skeletal dysplasia. In this study, the technique of maxillary distraction with a rigid external distraction device is presented. Cephalometric results in the first 14 consecutive patients are analyzed. The study sample consisted of 14 patients with various cleft types and maxillary hypoplasia treated with the rigid external distraction technique. Analysis of the predistraction and postdistraction cephalometric radiographs revealed significant skeletal maxillary advancement. All patients had correction of the maxillary hypoplasia with positive skeletal convexity and dental overjet after maxillary distraction. The morbidity for the procedure was minimal. Surgical and orthodontic procedures are thoroughly described.

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PMID: 9878952

DOI: 10.1016/S0889-5406(99)70310-0


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