A Hassle Free Method Of Model Surgery

Naveen Chowdary Karanam, Rami Reddy M.S, Jayakrishna P Babu, S.R.K Reddy, Asha Reddy, Lakshminandana K

Abstract


Model surgery for orthognathic surgeries has been reported as early as 1935 by Wassmund and improvements made to them through these past years have strengthened the success of jaw surgeries as a viable treatment modality. Here we are presenting a newer method of preoperative model surgery which is less time consuming, reduced laboratory procedures, and is reliable in all three planes.


Keywords


Model Surgery; Impression Compound; Orthognathic Surgery;Articulator

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