Management of mandibular fracture in pediatric patient with cap splint: a case report
Maxillofacial injuries in children are challenging to manage with its long-term consequences and psychological impact involved. The reported incidence of pediatric injuries accounts for 4-6% of the total injuries. Cap splint is one of the conservative and effective treatment modality for the pediatric mandibular fractures management. This paper reports the Management of mandibular fracture in a pediatric patient with cap splint.
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