Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Genioplasty


Clinical outcomes of genioplasty procedures in maxillofacial surgery: A review literature

Dr. Vijay ebenezer; Dr. Balakrishnan Ramalingam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1866-1870

Background:
Genioplasty is a procedure provides proper chin configuration which is an important component of facial aesthetics. The jawline can improve the ordinary agreement and balance of the face, when it is in suitable size, shape and position. It can essentially degrade wonderful face and will pass on undesirable and unfortunate ascribes when it is wrong. The pervasiveness of obstructive sleep apnea turns out to be more evident now-a-days and its conclusion are more incessant, so for the recreation of the upper airway route, genioplasty has likewise advanced to a most normally performed method. This review article pointed toward talking about the clinical assessment and careful strategies utilized in genioplasty surgical procedure done for accomplishing appropriate jaw design.
Conclusion:
From the time of its presentation, genioplasty systems have gone through noteworthy changes and alterations. These progressions have improved the results and fundamentally diminished the confusions from the orthognathic techniques. Then again, since the presentation of the osteoplastic procedure, its utilization has been extended to address jawline disfigurements in each of the three dimensions. flexibility of the genioplasty methodology, notwithstanding the lower rate of related entanglements, settles on it the strategy of decision to address lower facial disfigurements, paying little heed to their inclination.

Comparison Of Two Different Osteosynthesis Technique To Evaluate Skeletal Stability In Advancement Genioplasty: A Retrospective Study

Dr. Manoj Kumar Rawat; Dr. Mohammed Ibrahim; Dr. Hemanadh Kolli; Dr.Sriram Choudary Nuthalapati; Dr Shilpa Sunil Khanna; Dr. Gowri Swaminatham Pendyala; Dr. Rahul VC Tiwari

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5685-5690

Aim: To evaluate the skeletal stability in wiring and plating fixation technique after genioplasty advancement. Methodology: Patients who came for repair of cleft alveolus were enrolled within the study. Retrospectively all the Lateral Cephalogram were taken for patients undergoing Orthognathic Surgery; pre-operatively, 1-week post-operative and 1-year post-operatively after advancement genioplasty. Two groups were divided in keeping with the osteosynthesis technique used, Group 1- Wiring Osteosynthesis (n=38) and Group 2- Miniplate Osteosynthesis (n=38). Linear measurements were done after tracing all the Lateral Cephalograms. Results: In the semi rigid group (wire fixation) a mean horizontal advancement of 5.97 mm was in the midst of a relapse of 1.623 mm. The mean superior repositioning of menton was 0.7 mm. This was in the middle of a relapse of 0.3 mm during a period of 1 year. Within the rigid group (miniplate) a mean horizontal advancement of 4.815 mm was in the course of a relapse of 0.2 mm. The mean superior repositioning of menton was 0.975 mm. Conclusion: The results of our study and our clinical experience indicate that this single plate is a particularly simple and extremely useful method of stabilization.