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Practical utility of the three-dimensional approach in orthognathic surgery

Hwang DS

During recent decades, the three-dimensional (3D) approach in orthognathic surgery were introduced and adopted in clinical practice, providing practical advantages to orthognathic surgeons. Even when the 3D approach is assessed...
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Current concept of the surgery-first orthognathic approach

Choi JW, Lee JY

Traditional orthognathic surgery has long been performed after presurgical orthodontic treatment. Despite some concerns, the surgery-first orthognathic approach (SFOA) or surgery-first approach (SFA) without presurgical orthodontic treatment has gradually gained...
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A Case of Severe Dysphagia after Aesthetic Two-Jaw Surgery

Im YH, Son SA, Park SJ, Park YH

This study reports a case who presented with swallowing difficulty after orthognathic surgery. A female patient, who had undergone orthognathic surgery for esthetic purpose, presented with dysphagia. Administration of botulinum...
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Cephalometric predictors of future need for orthognathic surgery in Korean patients with unilateral cleft lip and palate despite long-term use of facemask with miniplate

Yu SH, Baek SH, Choi JY, Lee JH, Kim S, On SW

Objective: To investigate the cephalometric predictors of the future need for orthognathic surgery in Korean patients with unilateral cleft lip and palate (UCLP) despite long-term use of facemask with miniplate...
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Nasal airway function after Le Fort I osteotomy with maxillary impaction: A prospective study using the Nasal Obstruction Symptom Evaluation scale

Kim HS, Son JH, Chung JH, Kim KS, Choi J, Yang JY

Background This study evaluated changes in nasal airway function following Le Fort I osteotomy with maxillary impaction according to the Nasal Obstruction Symptom Evaluation (NOSE) scale. Methods This cohort study included...
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Three-dimensional surgical accuracy between virtually planned and actual surgical movements of the maxilla in two-jaw orthognathic surgery

Hong M, Kim MJ, Shin HJ, Cho HJ, Baek SH

Objective: To investigate the three-dimensional (3D) surgical accuracy between virtually planned and actual surgical movements (SM) of the maxilla in twojaw orthognathic surgery. Methods: The sample consisted of 15 skeletal...
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Intraoperative blood loss and surgical time according to the direction of maxillary movement

Kim HS, Son JH, Chung JH, Kim KS, Choi J, Yang JY

Background Excessive bleeding is one of the most severe complications of orthognathic surgery (OGS). This study investigated the associations of intraoperative blood loss and surgical time with the direction of...
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How to approach orthognathic surgery in patients who refuse blood transfusion

Lee SH, Kim DG, Shin HS

Background Some patients who need surgery refuse a blood transfusion because of their religious beliefs or concerns about blood-borne infections. In recent years, bloodless surgery has been performed successfully in...
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Three-dimensional assessment of nasal changes after maxillary advancement with impaction using stereophotogrammetry

Coban G, Yavuz I, Karadas B, Demirbas AE

Objective: To evaluate the changes in the nose in three dimensions after Le Fort I osteotomy in patients with skeletal Class III malocclusion. Methods: The subjects were 40 adult patients...
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Chin Profile Changes in Skeletal Class III Following Bimaxillary Surgery with or without Advancement Genioplasty

Kim YA, Jung HD, Cha JY, Choi SH

Purpose: This study sought to identify differences in hard and soft tissue chin profile changes in skeletal Class III patients after bimaxillary surgery, with or without advancement genioplasty. Materials and Methods:...
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Assessment of bone density changes following two-jaw surgery using multidetector computed tomography: A pilot study

Lee Y, Park JH, Chang NY, Lee MY, Kim BC, Seo HY, Mangal U, Chae JM

Objective: The aim of this retrospective study was to evaluate the pre- and postsurgical bone densities at alveolar and extra-alveolar sites following twojaw orthognathic surgery. Methods: The sample consisted of...
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Incidence and risk factors for postoperative nausea and vomiting in orthognathic surgery: a 10-year retrospective study

Ghosh S, Rai KK, Shivakumar HR, Upasi AP, Naik VG, Bharat A

Objectives: Postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV) is considered as one of the most incessant and anguishing factors for patients who have surgery under general anesthesia. The occurrence of PONV after...
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Osteogenesis imperfecta and combined orthodontics and orthognathic surgery: a case report on two siblings

Kim DY, Baik U, Jeon JH

Osteogenesis imperfecta is a heterogeneous group of connective tissue diseases that is predominantly characterized by bone fragility and skeletal deformity. Two siblings with undiagnosed type I osteogenesis imperfecta underwent orthognathic...
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Study of soft tissue changes in the upper lip and nose after backward movement of the maxilla in orthognathic surgery

Seon S, Lee HW, Jeong BJ, Lee BS, Kwon YD, Ohe JY

Objectives: This study evaluates soft tissue changes of the upper lip and nose after maxillary setback with orthognathic surgery such as Le Fort I or anterior segmental osteotomy. Materials and Methods:...
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Zygomaticomaxillary complex fracture after two-jaw surgery

Park JKh, Kim SW

Orthognathic surgeries often utilize rigid fixation for stabilization of the osteotomy site. The longterm fate of rigid fixations is still under investigation, and whether they should be routinely removed is...
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Mandibular shape prediction using cephalometric analysis: applications in craniofacial analysis, forensic anthropology and archaeological reconstruction

Omran A, Wertheim D, Smith K, Liu CYJ, Naini FB

Background The human mandible is variable in shape, size and position and any deviation from normal can affect the facial appearance and dental occlusion. Objectives The objectives of this study were to determine...
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Maxillary sinus haziness and facial swelling following suction drainage in the maxilla after orthognathic surgery

Lee JS, Kim MK, Kang SH

Background We investigated the efficacy of a maxillary Jackson-Pratt (J-P) suction drain for preventing maxillary sinus hematoma and facial swelling after maxillary Le Fort I osteotomy (LF1). Methods We retrospectively evaluated 66 patients...
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A safe, stable, and convenient three-dimensional device for high Le Fort I osteotomy

Sugahara K, Koyachi M, Odaka K, Matsunaga S, Katakura A

Background Le Fort I osteotomy is a highly effective treatment for skeletal jaw deformities and is commonly performed. High Le Fort I osteotomy is a modified surgical procedure performed for improving...
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Utilization of desktop 3D printer-fabricated “Cost-Effective” 3D models in orthognathic surgery

Narita M, Takaki T, Shibahara T, Iwamoto M, Yakushiji T, Kamio T

Background In daily practice, three-dimensional patient-specific jawbone models (3D models) are a useful tool in surgical planning and simulation, resident training, patient education, and communication between the physicians in charge. The...
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Quantification of three-dimensional facial asymmetry for diagnosis and postoperative evaluation of orthognathic surgery

Cao HL, Kang MH, Lee JY, Park WJ, Choung HW, Choung PH

Background: To evaluate the facial asymmetry, three-dimensional computed tomography (3D-CT) has been used widely. This study proposed a method to quantify facial asymmetry based on 3D-CT. Methods: The normal standard group...
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