Prosthetic Rehabilitation of A Repaired Cleft Palate With Use of A Two-Part Hinged Magnet Retained Removable Prosthesis.
Journal of Prosthodontics
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The presence of a cleft lip and palate is associated with a number of complications and the oral rehabilitation for the improvement of speech, function and aesthetics can involve conventional and surgical orthodontics, distraction osteogenesis, fixed and removable prosthodontics, providing obturation of open defects if required. This clinical report describes the prosthodontic management of a patient with a repaired cleft lip and palate with significant maxillary hypoplasia and primary concern of aesthetics with the use of a two-part hinged magnet retained removable prosthesis. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.