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Study on the shape of the alveolar ridge and tooth position after cleft lip and palate surgery in children with unilateral cleft lip alveolus and palate 2. chronological study from the time after cleft palate surgery to the time of completion of permanent dentition



Study on the shape of the alveolar ridge and tooth position after cleft lip and palate surgery in children with unilateral cleft lip alveolus and palate 2. chronological study from the time after cleft palate surgery to the time of completion of permanent dentition



Shikoku Acta Medica 41(3): 205-214



Studies were made on changes in shape of the alveolar arch, tooth position and shape of the dental arch at the time fo permanent dentition, compared with those in normal children. The materials examined were plaster casts obtained from children with unilateral cleft lip, alveolus and palate and normal children. The casts were taken from children chronologically from the age of 3 years, when cleft palate surgery had just been done, to 13 years, when permanent dentition had been completed. Results suggested that some changes occurred between the age of 9 years and 13 years. Various factors seemed to be responsible for those changes, such as suppression of growth and development of the maxilla, improper change of deciduous teeth to permanent teeth, an abnormal order of eruption of permanent teeth, instability of position of the first molars after eruption by scar and constructure, caused by the cleft palate surgery, and congentially poor growth and development of the maxilla.

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