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⚠️ Materiais com fins educativos 🔞 🇧🇷 A osteotomia sagital no ramo ascendente da mandíbula é o procedimento mais comum realizado para a correção de deformidades mandibulares (Cirurgia Ortognática). Apesar de ser uma técnica considerada segura, acima de tudo, uma das mais importantes complicações transoperatórias é a injúria neurossensorial do nervo alveolar inferior, o qual se encontra em situação de risco em várias etapas da cirurgia ortognática como no descolamento, na retração, osteotomia, mobilização e fixação interna dos fragmentos. A taxa de incidência de distúrbios neurossensoriais, imediatamente depois da osteotomia sagital, varia de 80% a 100%, com redução para 0% a 85% em um período de 1 a 2 anos após a cirurgia.
🇺🇸 Sagittal osteotomy in the ascending branch of the mandible is the most common procedure performed for the correction of mandibular deformities (Orthognathic Surgery). Despite being a safe technique, one of the most important transoperative complications is the sensorineural injury of the inferior alveolar nerve, which is at risk in several stages of orthognathic surgery, such as detachment, retraction, osteotomy, mobilization and internal fixation of fragments. The incidence rate of neurosensory disorders, immediately after sagittal osteotomy, varies from 80% to 100%, with reduction to 0% to 85% in a period of 1 to 2 years after surgery.
**Doctor Spotlight** Dr. Liston's passion for oral and maxillofacial surgery makes him an excellent oral surgeon. He genuinely loves what he does and is talented beyond measure. Providing education and service has been part of Dr. Liston’s life. He has lectured locally and nationally on numerous surgical subjects. The Liston family has provided service here at home and throughout the world. He received his bachelor’s degree from Weber State University, his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia and completed a four-year oral and maxillofacial surgical residency training program at The Ohio State University. He also passed a thorough written qualifying examination and rigorous oral certifying examination to become board certified as a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Call us today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Liston!.
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