Cleft Lip and Palate Management: A Comprehensive Atlas with 2,500 photographs and illustrations provides the latest concepts about the surgical/orthodontic interrelation in cleft lip and palate treatment. Drs. Bennun and Harfin detail the diagnostic techniques to determine the best treatment protocols for optimal results and decreased chance of retreatment.
The first part explains the principles of cleft and palate treatment, including the role of tissue engineering in craniofacial surgery. Part 2 details the aspects of primary surgical reconstruction, Part 3 discusses orthodontic treatments of cleft lip and palate, including a chapter on adult treatment, and Part 4 covers how to improve results in interdisciplinary treatment. Case presentations include results of treatment after 20–year follow up visits. Ideal for oral and maxillofacial surgeons, pediatric plastic surgeons, orthodontists, pediatric dentists, and residents in these specialties.
- 2,500 photographs for diagnosis and treatment
- Maxillofacial surgery–orthodontics interdisciplinary approach
- Cases presented with 20–year follow–ups
Part 1 Principles
1 Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine: Evolving an Application toward Cleft Lip and Palate SurgeryGeorge K. Sándor
2 The naso–labial region: A revision of the vascular anatomyRicardo D. Bennun
3 Epidemiological data about non syndromic oral cleft in ArgentinaRicardo D. Bennun
4 International MulticenterProtocol
Ricardo D. Bennun, Suvi P. Tainijoki, Leena Ylikontiola, George K. Sándor, Vanesa Casadio
Overview of key treatment by age
Feeding the Infant with Cleft Lip and Palate. The Oulu Perspective
Detailed Speech Therapist Work
5 Dynamic Presurgical Naso Alveolar Remodeling in Unilateral and Bilateral Cases (D.P.N.R. Technique)Ricardo D. Bennun, Analia C. Langsam
Part 2 Present Primary Surgical Reconstruction
6 PediatricAnesthesia ConsiderationsLuis Moggi, Maria Bevilacqua, Diofre Ponce, Ricardo D. Bennun
7 Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip and Nose ReconstructionRicardo D. Bennun, David Genecov
8 Bilateral Complete Cleft Lip and Nose ReconstructionRicardo D. Bennun, George K. Sándor
9 Unilateral and Bilateral Complete Cleft Palate ReconstructionRicardo D. Bennun, Luis Monasterio Aljaro
Part 3 Orthodontics Treatment
10 Correction of transverse problems in cleft patients using the Maimonides protocolJulia F. Harfin
11 Changes in arch dimension after orthodontic treatment in cleft patientsJulia F. Harfin
12 The real orthodontic treatment in adults cleft patients
Julia F. Harfin
13 Strengthening Surgical/Orthodontic InterrelationshipsJulia F. Harfin, Ricardo D. Bennun
Part 4 Improving results in Cleft Lip and Palate Interdisciplinary Management
14 To what extent could dental alveolar osteo–genesis be achieved only with ortothodontic treatment in cleft patients?Julia F. Harfin
15 Laser treatment of Cleft lip scarsAgustina Vila Echague
16 3D Photography in cleft patientsVirpi Harila,Tuomo Heikkinen,Ville Vuollo, George K. Sándor, Pertti Pirttiniemi
Ricardo D. Bennun, MD, MS, PhD, is Director Cleft Lip/palate & Craniofacial Programs at Asociacion PIEL, the University of Buenos Aires, and Maimonides University. He has won several awards and honors in his home country of Argentina for his work with cleft lip and palate treatment, and he speaks at conferences throughout the U.S. and South America.
Julia F. de Harfin, DDS, PhD, is Professor and Chairman Orthodontics Department at Maimonides University, Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has written four books, 15 chapters, and numerous articles for peer–reviewed journals and orthodontic trade magazines.
George K. B. Sándor, MD, DDS, PhD, Dr. habil, is Professor of Tissue Engineering, Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Oulu, Finland, and Director of Research, BioMediTech, University of Tampere, Finland.
David Genecov, MD, FACS, FAAP, is Director of the International Craniofacial Institute, Cleft Lip & Palate Treatment Center, Dallas, Texas, USA.