2019
DOI: 10.9734/jpri/2019/v28i330205
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Abstract: Introduction: The alar cinch techniques are used in order to control the alar base widening following Le Fort I surgeries. Three main alar cinch techniques include classic, Shams-Kalantar and modified techniques. There is scarcity of scientific literature regarding the modified technique therefore, this review was conducted to assess the photographic changes in the alar base width following Lefort I osteotomy using the modified Cinch technique. Methods: Literature search was performed using the “Modified… Show more

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“…The nasolabial flap was routinely employed in most centers for tongue defect reconstruction. However, reconstruction becomes more complicated when left with a more significant or posterior tongue defect, mainly when the mandible is free [1]. Free flaps are still the best option for such reconstructions, but they require additional training, operational and anesthetic time, and financial investment.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The nasolabial flap was routinely employed in most centers for tongue defect reconstruction. However, reconstruction becomes more complicated when left with a more significant or posterior tongue defect, mainly when the mandible is free [1]. Free flaps are still the best option for such reconstructions, but they require additional training, operational and anesthetic time, and financial investment.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%