Title A hypothesis on the desired postoperative position of the condyle inorthognathic surgery : a review

@inproceedings{Ueki2017TitleAH,
  title={Title A hypothesis on the desired postoperative position of the condyle inorthognathic surgery : a review},
  author={Koichiro Ueki},
  year={2017}
}
It is very important to clarify the relationship between a dentofacial structure and a temporomandibular joint (TMJ) structure in orthognathic surgery. Recently, it was reported that the skeletal and occlusal patterns were associated with the TMJ morphology including the disc position. In orthognathic surgery, some surgeons state that alterations in the condylar position from surgery can lead to malocclusion associated with the risk of early relapse, and also favor the development of… CONTINUE READING

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