Oral splint therapy to manage electrical burns of the mouth in children.

Abstract

Oral electrical burns to the lip commissure are disfiguring injuries for a child. Current treatment includes the use of an orally anchored splint to hold the lip commissures at their correct positions during healing. After wearing an appliance for a period of one year, the burn site is evaluated for the need for corrective surgery (Fig. 9). It has been… (More)

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@article{Czerepak1984OralST, title={Oral splint therapy to manage electrical burns of the mouth in children.}, author={C S Czerepak}, journal={Clinics in plastic surgery}, year={1984}, volume={11 4}, pages={685-92} }