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>Journals >Revista de la Asociación Dental Mexicana >Year 1999, Issue 3


Olmos AL, Yudovich M., Aguilar MP
Osteogenic mandibular distraction. A case report
Rev ADM 1999; 56 (3)

Language: Español
References: 11
Page: 124-127
PDF: 481.34 Kb.


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ABSTRACT

Many elongation techniques based on the Ilizarov (1954) concepts have been developed, the purpose of these techniques is to elongate the mandibular body or ramus to correct the growth problems of the mandible, in congenital deformities, such as: hemifacial microsomia, craniofacial scoliosis, Pierre Robin, etc.
The elongations are done with a unidirectional or bi-directional, unilateral or bilateral distractor, using a flexible screw, made of stainless steel, with a 1 mm per day activation, under the supervision of the orthodontist to avoid a crossed or an open bite.
With these techniques we obtain the elongation of hard and soft tissues, with excellent functional and aesthetic results.


Key words: Distraction, microsomic, osteogenic.


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