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Comprehensive Treatment of Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip and Palate

Other Title
편측성 완전 구순구개열 환자의 포괄적 치료
Authors
최, 은주; 이, 정근; 황, 병남; 김, 용빈
Citation
Taehan Akanmyŏn Sŏnghyŏng Chaegŏn Oekwa Hakhoe chi, 22(4):430-435, 2000
Journal Title
Taehan Akanmyŏn Sŏnghyŏng Chaegŏn Oekwa Hakhoe chi; The journal of the Korean Academy of Maxillofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; 대한악안면성형재건외과학회지
ISSN
1225-42072233-7296
Abstract
Cleft lip and palate is one of the congenital anomalies which need comprehensive and multidisciplinary treatment plan because 1) oral cavity is an important organ with masticatory function as a start of digestive tract, 2) anatomic symmetry and balance is esthetically important in midfacial area, and 3) it is also important to prevent psycho-social problems by adequate restoration of normal facial appearance. There are many different protocols in the treatment of cleft lip and palate, but our department has adopted and modified the Zurich protocol, as published in the Journal of Korean Cleft Lip and Palate Association in 1998. The first challenge is feeding. Type of feeding aid ranges from simple obturators to active orthopedic appliances. In our department we use passive-type plate made up of soft and hard acrylic resin which permits normal maxillary growth. We use Millard’s method to restore normal appearance and function of unilateral complete cleft lip. In consideration of both maxillary growth and phonetic problems, we first close soft palate at 18 months of age and delay the hard palate palatoplasty until 4 to 5 years of age. When soft palate is closed, posterior third of the hard palate is intentionally not denuded to allow normal maxillary growth. In hard palate palatoplasty the mucoperiosteum of affected site is not mobilized to permit residual growth of the maxilla. We have treated a patient with unilateral complete cleft lip and palate by Ajou protocol, which is a kind of modified Zurich protocol. It is as follows: Infantile orthopedics with passive-type plate such as Hotz plate, cheiloplasty with Millard’s rotation-advancement flap, and two stage palatoplasty. It is followed by orthodontic treatment and secondary osteoplasty to augment cleft alveolus, orthognathic surgery, and finally rehabilitation with conventional prosthodontic treatment or implant installation. The result was good up to now, but we are later to investigate the final result with longitudinal follow-up study according to master plan by Ajou protocol.
Keywords
Ajou protocolComprehensiveMultidisciplinary
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