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Year : 1994  |  Volume : 28  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 78-81

A Clinical Evaluation Of Bone Plates In Mandibular Fracture

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S. C Sahu

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The principal factors, in successful treatment of the mandihular fracture, are the segmental stability with normal physiological functions. In present study 45 patients of mandible fracture were treated by various methods like eyelet wiring, intraosseous wring, arch bar, bone plating, acrylic splint and external pin fixation. Patients were properly evaluated on the basis of clinical and roentagenographic interpretation. Bone plates facilitate anatomical reduction, functional stability and do not require intermaxillary fixation during bone healing in comparison with other treatment methods. There was no temporomandibular joint disturbances and pretrauma occlusion of teeth was achieved with bone plates.

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