Facial Asymmetry: Current Principles and Practice
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This book provides clear practical guidance on the contemporary management of patients with asymmetry of facial structures. Patient evaluation and diagnosis are first fully described. Key radiological and orthodontic considerations are identified and the role of virtual surgical planning is explained. Individual chapters then focus on management principles in patients with craniosynostosis, hemifacial microsomia, condylar hyperactivity, and temporomandibular ankylosis/degenerative disease. The remainder of the book is devoted to the state of the art in treatment procedures, covering distraction osteogenesis, the use of facial implants, diverse soft tissue procedures, and jaw and other osteotomies. The text is augmented by informative clinical cases, easy-to-follow tables, photographs, and illustrations. The authors are highly experienced clinicians well recognized for their expertise in this area. The book will be ideal for all clinicians involved in the care of patients afflicted by facial asymmetry and will in particular be an indispensable tool for those who evaluate and treat the condition in day-to-day practice.