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Maxillomandibular advancement

Maxillomandibular advancement

Maxillomandibular advancement: Maxillomandibular advancement is surgery to separate the upper and lower jaw from the skull and facial bones and move them forward to enlarge the space between the soft palate and the tongue.

Diseases And Conditions Treated: Maxillomandibular advancement

These diseases and conditions may be treated with the surgical procedure Maxillomandibular advancement:

Anesthetic Requirements for Maxillomandibular advancement

These surgical anesthetic requirements for the procedure Maxillomandibular advancement may include:

  • General anesthetic

Procedure Complications: Maxillomandibular advancement

Possible surgical complications of Maxillomandibular advancement may include:

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