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Pichelmayer, M; Mossbock, R; Droschl, H.
Maxillary segmental distraction in a patient with bilateral cleft lip and alveolus with subsequent tooth transplantation: a preliminary case report.
CLEFT PALATE-CRANIOFAC J. 2008; 45(4): 446-451. (- Case Report)
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Autor/innen der Med Uni Graz:
Droschl Helmut
Mossböck Rudolf
Pichelmayer Margit
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Abstract:
Segmental distraction osteogenesis in the maxillary alveolar process makes it possible to close alveolar clefts in patients with cleft lip and alveolus successfully. Dental spaces occurring in the lateral segment can subsequently be fully closed by transplanting teeth into this area. This new method of treatment is advantageous for patients with broad clefts and multiple missing teeth in the maxilla.
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Alveolar Process - abnormalities
Alveoloplasty - methods
Bicuspid - transplantation
Child -
Cleft Lip - complications
Humans -
Male -
Malocclusion - therapy
Maxilla - abnormalities
Orthodontic Space Closure -
Osteogenesis, Distraction - methods

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cleft lip and palate
craniofacial anomalies
distraction osteogenesis
maxilla
orthodontics
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