The maxillary growth impairment, which is often presented by patients with cleft lip and palate (CLP), can result in serious skeletal and/or dental pathological conditions in all 3 planes of space (vertical, horizontal, and transverse). Anteroposterior maxillary retrusion associated with a relative class III malocclusion as well as unilateral or bilateral palatal collapse of the lesser segment of the maxilla producing a narrowing of the dental arch is probably the most recurrent and challenging problem to deal with.This book deals with all aspects of a developing Class III malocclusion in patients with repaired cleft lip and palate.
Dr. Shalvi Singh is a final year MDS student from Delhi She has presented various posters & papers in National and International Conferences,She had also been invited for an International Observership Program by University of Western Australia.She is also a proud recipient of Resident Scholar Award by AAO and has a few publications under her name.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
CLEFT, Class III malocclusion
MEDICAL / Dentistry / General