Orthognathic Surgery: Principles, Planning and Practice – Naini / Gill

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Authors: Farhad B. Naini, Daljit S. Gill
Language: English
Pages: 936 pages
Bookbinding: hard cover
Edition: Sept 2016
ISBN: 978-1-118-64997-8

SKU: LI-26539 Category:

Description

Description:

A comprehensive specialist clinical manual of orthognathic surgery for both trainee and practicing orthodontists and oral and maxillofacial surgeons.

Edited by two highly capable and qualified consultants, with a team of international contributors.

The book is divided into two parts. The first looks at principles and planning, the second at practice. The content will be enhanced throughout with over 400 figures as well as analysed cases studies. The latter will be particularly popular with postgraduate students.

Table of Contents:

1 INTRODUCTION

Orthognathic Surgery – A Life’s Work – Hugo L. Obwegeser
PART I – Principles and Planning

2 Historical Evolution of Orthognathic Surgery – Farhad B. Naini
3 Orthognathic surgery: preliminary considerations – Farhad B. Naini and Daljit S. Gill
4 Orthognathic surgery: The patient pathway – Farhad B. Naini and Daljit S. Gill
5 Patient Evaluation and Clinical Diagnosis – Farhad B. Naini and Daljit S. Gill
6 Principles of Orthognathic Treatment Planning – Farhad B. Naini and Daljit S. Gill
7 Smile Aesthetics: Specific Considerations in the Orthognathic Patient – Daljit S. Gill and Farhad B. Naini
8 Orthodontic and Orthognathic Surgery planning using CBCT – Lucia H.S. Cevidanesa, Vinicius Boena, Beatriz Paniaguab, Martin Stynerb, Tung Nguyenc
9 Psychological Evaluation and Body Dysmorphic Disorder – Katharine A. Phillips, Canice E. Crerand
10 Patient information provision – Farhad B. Naini, Daljit S. Gill and Umberto Garagiola
11 Consent and Medicolegal Considerations – Rob Chate
12 Preparatory and Post-operative Orthodontics: Principles, Techniques and Mechanics – Farhad B. Naini and Daljit S. Gill
13 Model Surgery – Farhad B. Naini, James McInnes, Daljit S. Gill and Andrew Stewart
14 Perioperative considerations and anaesthesia for orthognathic surgery – Anne S Blyth, Jelena Devic
15 Post-operative care, nutritional support and oral hygiene in the Orthognathic Surgical patient – Richard Cobb, Kelly Wade-McBane, Mehmet Manisali
16 The Soft Tissue Effects of Orthognathic Surgery – Daljit S. Gill, Farhad B. Naini and Maarten Koudstaal
17 Early Orthognathic Surgery: Considerations for Surgical Management – Pushkar Mehra, Larry M. Wolford
18 Stability of Orthognathic Surgery – TATE H. JACKSON,Brent A. Golden
19 Management of select complications in orthognathic surgery – David S. Precious
20 Patient satisfaction and patient-centred outcome measures in orthognathic surgery – Ceib Phillips, Caitlin Magraw
PART II – Clinical Practice and Techniques
Section 1 Orthognathic surgical planning and techniques

21 Introduction: Perspectives on treatment planning – Harvey M. Rosen
22 Le Fort I osteotomy and maxillary advancement – Helen Witherow and Farhad B. Naini
23 Total maxillary set-back osteotomy – Joel Ferri, Romain Nicot
24 Sagittal Split Osteotomy and Mandibular Advancement – Christoph Huppa, Gavin Mack
25 MANDIBULAR SET-BACK PROCEDURES – Manolis Heliotis, Shamique Ismail
26 Surgical Correction of Vertical Maxillary Excess (VME) – Farhad B. Naini, Helen Witherow and Daljit S. Gill
27 Surgical management of vertical maxillary deficiency – DAVID J. DAVID
28 Surgical correction of skeletal anterior open bite: Segmental maxillary surgery – Johan P. Reyneke, Carlo Ferretti
29 Surgical Correction of Anterior Open Bite: Differential posterior maxillary impaction – Farhad B. Naini, Andrew Stewart and Daljit S. Gill
30 Surgical Treatment of Anterior Open Bite with Mandibular Osteotomies – Dale Bloomquist, Don Joondeph
31 Rotation of the Maxillomandibular Complex – Johan P. Reyneke
32 Specific considerations in the ‘low angle’ patient – Declan Millett
33 Osseous Genioplasty – Ali Totonchi, Sima Molavi, Bahman Guyuron
34 Asymmetries of the maxilla and mandible – Farhad B. Naini, Mehmet Manisali and Daljit S. Gill
35 Temporomandibular joint replacement surgery in the orthognathic patient – N. Shaun Matthews, Jonas Osher, Martyn T. Cobourne
36 SURGICALLY ASSISTED RAPID MAXILLARY EXPANSION – Nigel Taylor and Paul Johnson
37 Mandibular Midline Osteotomy – Dale Bloomquist, Don Joondeph
38 Segmental surgery of the maxilla – Jocelyn M. Shand and Andrew A. Heggie
39 Total subapical mandibular osteotomy – Jonathan Sandler, Alison Murray, Peter Doyle
40 ENDOSCOPE USE IN MAXILLARY AND MANDIBULAR ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY – Katherine P. Klein, Natalie N. Tung, Maria J. Troulis
41 The role of the orthognathic surgeon in facial feminization surgery – Keith Altman
42 Contemporary Approach to Surgical Timing in Orthognathic Surgery: The ‘Surgery First’ Concept – Federico Hernández-Alfaro, Raquel Guijarro-Martínez
43 Neurosurgical access surgery: The role of the Orthognathic surgeon – Helen Witherow, Daniel Archer, Simon Stapleton
44 Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome – Ashraf Messiha, Ben Gurney, Piet Haers
45 MANDIBULAR INTRAORAL DISTRACTION OSTEOGENESIS – Cesar A. Guerrero, Gisela I. Contasti, Aura Marina Rodriguez
46 MAXILLARY INTRAORAL DISTRACTION OSTEOGENESIS – Cesar A. Guerrero
Section 2 – Adjunctive surgery

47 Introduction: Adjunctive Surgery – Foad Nahai
48 RHINOPLASTY AND NASAL CHANGES IN RELATION TO ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY – Mehmet Manisali and Leila Khamashta-Ledezma
49 DEEP PLANE FACELIFT – Farhad Ardeshirpour, Craig S. Murakami, Wayne F. Larrabee
50 SOFT TISSUE RESUSPENSION – Alistair R.M. Cobb, Jonathan A. Britto
51 SOFT TISSUE AUGMENTATION AND FAT GRAFTING – Mehmet Manisali, Rahul Jayaram
52 Aesthetic Surgery of the Submental-Cervical Region – Tirbod Fattahi
53 Surgical Options for Aesthetic Enhancement of the Lips and Perioral Region – Joe Niamtu
Section 3 – Orthognathic surgery in the cleft patient and orthognathic aspects of craniofacial surgery

54 Introduction: Craniofacial Surgery – Jesse A. Taylor and Scott P. Bartlett
55 Developmental Disorders of the Craniofacial Complex – Martyn T. Cobourne and David P. Rice
56 Orthognathic Surgery in the Patient with Cleft Lip and Palate – Alexander C. Cash, Alistair R.M. Cobb
57 Craniofacial Asymmetry: Causes and Management – Pravin K. Patel, Ronald Jacobson, Linping Zhao
58 High level maxillofacial osteotomies – Stephen Dover
59 Le Fort-based Maxillofacial Vascularized Transplantation – Chad R. Gordon, Harlyn K. Susarla, Edward Swanson, Seenu Suarla, Mehran Armand, Gerald Grant, Leonard B. Kaban, Michael J. Yaremchuk
Section 4 – Appendix

60 Orthognathic Surgery – one patient’s perspective – Tania Murphy
61 Responding to Patients’ Psychological and Social Needs Following Orthognathic Surgery – Henrietta Spalding

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