One-Stage Treatment for Maxillo-Facial Asymmetry with Orthognathic and Contouring Surgery using virtual surgical planning and 3D-printed surgical templates
21 days ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Asymmetry is one of the most common maxillo-facial deformities. One-stage treatment for maxillo-facial asymmetry with orthognathic and contouring surgery has been rarely reported. This retrospective study aims to investigate the feasibility of simultaneous orthognathic and facial bone contouring surgery with the help of virtual surgical planning and 3D-printed navigation templates for facial asymmetry.
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