Abstract: Secondary correction for aesthetic purposes can be more challenging as the fractured segments may be united in abnormal positions and would require osteotomy procedures before mobilizing the segments for reconstruction. Such maneuvers require adequate exposure and visibility. The subcranial approach is an effective alternate to classical approaches, which required frontal lobe retraction. Conclusion: Subcranial approach is a viable alternative to posttraumatic deformity of frontal bone.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Oral Surgery