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Treatment of Condylar hyperplasia

| August 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Treatment of Condylar hyperplasia

Treatment consisting of orthodontics combined with orthognathic surgery ideally should be attempted after condylar growth is complete. Determining when condylar growth has stopped may be difficult, imaging may include longitudinal radiographic studies to assess the dimensions of the condyle and mandible, nuclear imaging techniques, ‘or both. A lack of unusual bone activity, demonstrated in a technetium bone scan, is a useful indication of arrested condylar growth.

Condylar hyperplasia – Definition, etiology

Clinical Features of Condylar hyperplasia

Condylar hyperplasia – Differential Diagnosis

1 Treatment of Condylar hyperplasia

2 Treatment of Condylar hyperplasia

Condylar hyperplasia – Radiographic Features

 

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