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Management Of Temporomandibular Joint Ankylosis
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) ankylosis is a pathologic condition where the mandible is fused to the fossa by bony or fibrotic tissues. This interferes with mastication, speech, oral hygiene, and normal life activities, and can be potentially life-threatening when struggling to acquire an airway in an emergency. Attempting to open the mouth, stretching the periosteum, can also result in pain
Computational Fluid Dynamics For The Assessment Of Upper Airway
To analyze and compare pharyngeal airflow characteristics pre- & post–mandibular setback surgery in patients with Class III skeletal dysplasia using cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD).
Application Of Cranial Bone Grafts For Reconstruction Of Maxillofacial Deformities
This retrospective study evaluated outcomes with the use of calvarialbone grafts (CBGs) in maxillofacial reconstruction as well as donor andrecipient site complications
A Classification System For Conditions Causing Condylar Hyperplasia
A classification system was developed to place patients with condylar hyperplasia (CH) into categories based on histology, clinical and imaging characteristics, effects on the jaws and facial structures, and rate of occurrence.
Outcome assessment of 603 cases of concomitant inferior turbinectomy and Le Fort I osteotomy
This retrospective study assessed the outcome of 603 patients undergoing partial inferior turbinectomies (PIT) in association with Lefort I osteotomy.
Submandibular Gland MALT Lymphoma Associated With Sjögren’s Syndrome: Case Report
Lymphoma is a common disease of the head and neck. Mucosal-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma constitutes a rare type of extranodal lymphoma. The Waldeyer’s ring is one of the most common sites of occurrence, but MALT lymphoma may also arise in salivary glands, lung, stomach, or lacrimal glands.
Pharyngeal airway evaluation after isolated mandibular setback surgery using cone-beam computed tomography
In this study, we investigated volumetric and dimensional changes to the pharyngeal airway space after isolated mandibular setback surgery for patients with Class III skeletal dysplasia.
Twenty-Year Follow-up Study on a Patient-Fitted Temporomandibular Joint Prosthesis: The Techmedica/TMJ Concepts Device
Purpose: To evaluate subjective and objective outcomes of patients receiving Techmedica (currently TMJ Concepts) patient-fitted temporomandibular joint (TMJ) total joint replacement (TJR) devices after 19 to 24 years of service.
Does Unilateral Temporomandibular Total Joint Reconstruction Result in Contralateral Joint Pain and Dysfunction?
The purpose of this study was to evaluate patients requiring unilateral total temporomandibular joint (TMJ).
5 Signs You May Be Suffering From Obstructive Sleep Apnea
5 Signs You May be Suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea Sleep apnea is one of the most prevalent sleep disorders in existence. However, it is estimated that of the 22 million adults that are afflicted, over 80% of cases go undiagnosed — which is troublesome considering the array underlying health problems that sleep apnea can cause. Obstructive sleep apnea is by far the most common of the sleep apneas, appearing in 4% of males and 2% of females worldwide, and the form that our office specializes in treating. OSA is caused by an obstruction of the upper airway (usually muscle, tissue, or the tongue) that causes breathing problems during sleep, as well as lowers the amount of oxygen in the blood. Those afflicted may not even be aware that they have OSA — especially if they sleep alone — and often attribute the multitude of other issues to something else. Here are 5 signs that you may be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea. Excessive Snoring Snoring is caused by a blocked air passage during sleep. Many patients aren’t even aware that they snore at all unless their attention has been brought to it by a bed partner. The presence ...
3 Signs Corrective Jaw Surgery Could Be An Option For You
Everyone experiences jaw pain from time to time, but the cause and subsequent treatment range from ibuprofen to surgery. But how do you know if that discomfort in your jaw is from sleeping in an awkward position or if it’s symptomatic of deeper issues? Today we are going to talk about 3 signs corrective jaw surgery could be an option for you. Any time you experience oral pain, a visit to the dentist’s office should be in order, but many will let the problem persist, expecting it to self-correct eventually. In fact, studies have shown that as much as 60% of the US population have experienced temporomandibular disorder (TMD) symptoms, but only a fraction of these people will seek treatment. Left untreated, TMD can cause pain in the neck, shoulders, and back, as well as headaches and tinnitus. These physical consequences can in turn lead to non-physical ailments like depression, anxiety, and loss of sleep, among others. Simply put, TMD can wreak havoc on your quality of life. So how do you know if your jaw pain requires more treatment than rummaging through the medicine cabinet? Here Are Three Signs That A Call To Dr. Movahed May Be In Order. Difficulty ...
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Computational fluid dynamics for the assessment of upper airway changes in skeletal Class III patients treated with mandibular setback surgery.
Protocol for Concomitant Temporomandibular Joint Custom – fitted Total Joint Reconstruction and Orthognathic Surgery Using Computer-assisted Surgical Simulation
Corrective Jaw Surgery
Low Condylectomy and Orthognathic Surgery to Treat Mandibular Condylar Osteochondroma: A Retrospective Review of 37 Cases
Protocol for Concomitant Temporomandibular Joint Custom-Fitted Total Joint Reconstruction and Orthognathic Surgery Utilizing Computer-Assisted Surgical Simulation
Corrective Jaw Surgery
Outcome Assessment of 603 Cases of Concomitant Inferior Turbinectomy and Le Fort I Osteotomy