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Analysis of the Outcome of Mandible Fracture Management

  title={Analysis of the Outcome of Mandible Fracture Management},
  author={Anshu Priya},
Facial injury is the most common cause of disfigurement. The most frequently injured facial bone is mandible after nasal bone because it is the most mobile and prominent facial bone .The mandibular fractures outnumbers zygomatic and maxillary fractures by a ratio of 6:2:1 respectively. Fractures of mandible invariably produce malocclusion if not treated properly. Restoration of the occlusion usually indicates anatomic reduction and proper positioning of the mandible and facial bones. Various… 

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