Alternative Method Used to Correct Distorted Neonatal Cleft Arch Forms
These chapters show the longitudinal outcome studies using records from birth to adolescence and demonstrate how there are extensive variations in osteogenic deficiency and facial growth patterns even within the same cleft type.
KeywordsSuperior Constrictor Elastic Strap Tongue Force Anterior Crossbite Cleft Space
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