Treatment Planning: Aesthetics Goals
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The traditional and time-honored goals of any orthognathic surgical correction have attempted to address both stability and aesthetic concerns. Stability issues relate to establishing a healthy, functional occlusion, whereas aesthetic considerations have focused on normalizing facial balance and proportions as much as possible.
KeywordsLower Face Orthognathic Surgery Facial Skeleton Lateral Cephalometric Radiograph Soft Tissue Response
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