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International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences

2015, Vol. 1 Issue 2, Part A

To study the role of various surgical techniques for advancement in maxillary hypoplasia

AUTHOR(S): Tanvi Vijay, Sushmita Mitra, Abhishek Kumar Singh, Abhishek Bhushan, Shivendra Kumar Singh
ABSTRACT:Introduction: Maxillary advancement in cleft lip and palate patients can be achieved using conventional le Fort I osteotomy and plate fixation or using distraction osteogenesis. Patient and Methods: 25 cleft lip and palate patients were surgically treated in Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Dr.D.Y.Patil hospital between 2010 and 2014. They all presented with a midface hypoplasia and class III skeletal malocclusion. Patients with occlusal discrepancies larger than 6 mm and severe palatal scaring underwent Distraction osteogenesis (DO) to advance the maxilla. Patients with an occlusal discrepancy of 6 mm or less, underwent traditional orthognathic surgery including le fort I advancement and Bilateral sagittal split osteotomy (BSSO) to seat the mandible in occlusion. Results: Eleven patients underwent orthognathic surgery. Four of them underwent double jaw surgery. Four underwent single jaw conventional le fort l advancement. Four patients required bone grafting to repair the residual alveolar defect and to augment the midface deficiency. Fourteen patients with severe maxillary hypoplasia underwent maxillary advancement using distraction osteogenesis. Conclusion: Both techniques gave promising results provided having followed the proper selection criteria. Patients with a severe maxillary hypoplasia of 6 mm or more and excessive palatal scaring are better treated with DO whereas Conventional le Fort I gave better results for patients with less severe maxillary hypoplasia of less than 6 mm and less severe palatal scaring. Cleft lip and palate patients experience a high level of satisfaction with functional parameters and aesthetics after surgical-orthodontic treatment of maxillary hypoplasia.
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How to cite this article:
Tanvi Vijay, Sushmita Mitra, Abhishek Kumar Singh, Abhishek Bhushan, Shivendra Kumar Singh. To study the role of various surgical techniques for advancement in maxillary hypoplasia. International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences. 2015; 1(2): 01-04.
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