Review Article of International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews
A comparison between three unilateral cleft lip surgical techniques approach: a literature review
Imam Mohammed Bin Saud University, Medical Centre – College of Medicine
Unilateral cleft lips are considered to be one of the most common genetic and environmental birth defects globally and regionally, this review shines the light on the different approaches in treating and managing unilateral cleft lips. The different approaches are Millards Technique, Mohlar and finally True Triangle By Dr Abdullah Al Atel. The management of such deformity requires full understanding of all measures to achieve ultimate result of treatment. The Aim of this study is to come up with the most suitable as well as the least failure percentage approach among the three techniques.
Keywords: three unilateral cleft lip surgical techniques approach, literature review
How to cite this article:
Almohawis, Alhaitham. A comparison between three unilateral cleft lip surgical techniques approach: a literature review . International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews, 2019, 2:22. DOI:10.28933/ijdrr-2019-07-0904
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