Michal Kristen

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An anthropometric measurement serves as both an objective assessment and a description of shape and size. Gypsum casts were used for the measurement, along with a statistical evaluation of results, to compare the appearance of patients with a complete unilateral or bilateral cleft lip and palate prior to corrective surgery of their secondary deformity and(More)
The prospective study of dental implant application into the reconstructed maxilla alveolus of cleft patients was started in 2001. Its aims are to specify precisely the indications, conditions and techniques, as well as the factors justifying the assumption that the results will be successful. Indication was based on an examination by a multidisciplinary(More)
Although patients with a cleft lip and palate undergo many surgeries and other therapeutic procedures in the course of their treatment, many are still deeply concerned with their handicap and continue searching for perfection in their appearance. Augmentation using the subject's own fat cells involves minor invasion, is readily available, is an(More)
Reduced surgical risk, a diminution of visible scars, rapid recovery, long-termed results and reduced costs are at present the most important demands on development in aesthetic plastic surgery. Endoscopically assisted front-lift meets perfectly the need of reduced invasiveness. It is technically simple and associated with a minimum of complications. It(More)
A typical cleft deformity of the central facial area is very frequently associated with impaired patency of the nose. Rhinomanometry makes it possible to assess objectively and quantitatively the patency of these airways. For objective assessment of the disorder this examination was made closely before secondary rhinoplasty in 36 patients with complete(More)
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