2018
DOI: 10.1097/scs.0000000000004130 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Osteoplasty plus unilateral osteotomy, combined with a contralateral spreader graft, is an efficient method that can be safely used in the correction of a C-shaped crooked nose.

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“…Multiple techniques for treating crooked nose deformity have been described in the literature. [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] The variety of techniques demonstrates that there is no standard method for correcting this deformity. However, if the septum intervention is insufficient, it is difficult to obtain satisfactory long-term results because excessive deviation of the septum is the primary component of crooked nose deformity.…”
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“…Multiple techniques for treating crooked nose deformity have been described in the literature. [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] The variety of techniques demonstrates that there is no standard method for correcting this deformity. However, if the septum intervention is insufficient, it is difficult to obtain satisfactory long-term results because excessive deviation of the septum is the primary component of crooked nose deformity.…”
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“…4 Four types of crooked nose deformity are defined based on the direction of curvature of the deviation: an I-shaped deviation, which is a linear deviation of the nasal pyramid; a C-shaped or reverse C-shaped deviation, which are concave and convex deviations of the nasal pyramid; and an S-shaped deviation, in which concavity and convexity are on the same side of the nasal pyramid. 5 In crooked nose deformity, asymmetry can be observed in all the structures that form the nose. In a patient with a crooked nose deformity, intraoperative analysis is as important as preoperative analysis.…”
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“…In a subsequent publication, they validated the success of their approach. 12 They tracked the outcomes of 23 patients who presented with classical C-shaped deformities and used a combination of unilateral osteotomy (or osteoplasty) for the short side and their osteoplasty technique for the long side. They had longterm follow-up of almost 12 months and used a postsurgical photographic analysis for results.…”
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“…Due to these difficulties, patient might experience chronic head ache, pain in temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and periodontal complaints. The duration of orthognathic surgery is between one and three hours [15]. The surgery duration is timed after reaching the predicted alignment of the teeth.…”
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