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CIRCUMMANDIBULAR WIRING IN PEDIATRIC MAXILLOFACIAL TRAUMA: A CASE REPORT | Abstract
Annals and Essences of Dentistry

Annals and Essences of Dentistry
Open Access

ISSN: 0975-8798, 0976-156X

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Abstract

CIRCUMMANDIBULAR WIRING IN PEDIATRIC MAXILLOFACIAL TRAUMA: A CASE REPORT

Shrutha SP, Vinit GB

Fractures in children are relatively uncommon due to high resiliency of bone. Mandibular fractures are most frequently fractured facial bone in pediatric patients after nasal bones. Construction of acrylic cap splints and retaining them over the fractured mandible with circummandibular wiring is ideal in such cases. Highly displaced fractures may require monocortical screws with plate fixation at inferior border of mandible to avoid damage to underlying teeth. One such case of displaced fractured mandible with circummandibular wiring and open reduction and internal fixation is presented here.

Published Date: 2011-12-31;

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