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2020 Winter Conference


A Case for Considering the Mandibular Sagittal Osteotomy in Treating Anterior Openbite


Feb 8, 2020 3:00pm ‐ Feb 8, 2020 3:45pm

Description

The use of the mandibular sagittal split osteotomy for the correction of anterior open bite is still relatively rare. This bias is generally based on historical experience of treating open bite in the era of using wire osseous fixation and the belief that posterior facial height can not be increased. The stability of using rigid internal screw fixation and bilateral sagittal osteotomies in counterclockwise rotation of the mandibular body now has been demonstrated. Indications for considering a mandibular osteotomy in the correction of anterior open bite will be reviewed.

Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss the history of using mandibular osteotomies in the treatment of anterior openbite.
  • Understand the research base for using the BSSO in the treatment of anterior openbite.
  • List the indications for using BSSO's for counterclockwise rotating the mandibular body.

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