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Carey, a Mobile Coach Application for Patients Undergoing Orthognathic Surgery

Carey is a mobile application guiding patients throughout their orthognathic surgery journey. The purpose of the application is optimizing the patient's experience before, during and after orthognathic surgery improving patient satisfaction and reducing complications. This will be evaluated based on the following outcomes: 1. Patient satisfaction based on a questionnaire 2. Objective parameters (complications, oral hygiene, amount of contacts with department, r...

Outpatient Orthognathic Surgery: "AMBOST" a One Year Prospective Study

The aim of this prospective and observational study is to describe the conditions of orthognathic procedures performed in Toulouse Teaching Hospital over a one-year period, the outpatient-to-inpatient shifts rate and the whole outpatient rate among the whole orthognathic procedures done. The investigator also wants to identify factors associated with an outpatient-to-inpatient shift, and factors associated with the duration of hospitalization.

Accuracy of Maxillary Repositioning During Orthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic surgery aims to correct jaw position taking into account esthetic and functional criteria (dental occlusion, lip position, breathing...). These surgeries are planned using clinical, radiological and dental cast data. The result of this planning are occlusal splints. Orthognathic surgery had improved in the last decade with 3 dimensions computerized tomography scan (3D CT-Scan) planning and osteosynthesis implants. However the accuracy of the operative results compa...

3D Printed Models in 3D Virtual Treatment Planning of Orthognathic Surgery

Despite the shift from 2D towards 3D virtual treatment planning of orthognathic surgery, traditional plaster cast are still gold standard. The investigators aimed to compare the overall reliability and time efficiency of an digital workflow using 3D printed models, in comparison to the conventional plaster workflow. Twenty real-life cases were planned according to both workflows and timed by a single resident.

Bupivacaine Liposomal Injectable Suspension, Pain and Narcotic Use After Elective Orthognathic Surgery

This research is being done to determine quantitative and qualitative differences in patients' post-operative pain levels following elective orthognathic surgery after the local administration of a liposomal bupivacaine injection. A primary objective is to determine whether using a liposomal bupivacaine injection placed locally at the conclusion of elective orthognathic surgery will decrease pain levels (as determined by VAS scores). A secondary objective is to examine whether...


Evaluating the Relationship Between Hard and Soft Tissue Advancement in Orthognathic Surgery

This study aims to evaluate the relationship between hard and soft tissue advancement during orthognathic surgery. The use of typical pre and post operative imaging consisting of con-beam computed tomography will be used, in conjunction with a 3D camera to evaluate hard and soft tissue points before and after surgery.

The Effects of Tranexamic Acid on Blood Loss During Orthognathic Surgery

This study seeks to answer the question: Does a single pre-operative dose of tranexamic acid have a statistically significant reduction in blood loss during orthognathic surgery? If it does, this drug may begin to be used routinely during orthognathic surgery to reduce blood loss in our patients.

Evaluation of Quality of Life After Orthognathic Surgery in a Cleft Lip and Palate Context

The purpose of this study is to compare, prospectively, the quality of life of patients with cleft lip and palate before and after orthognathic surgery. This is done through two validated questionnaires: OHIP-14 (Oral Health Impact Profile) and OQLQ (Orthognathic Quality of Life Questionnaire) Improving the quality of life is the goal of any functional treatment. The demonstration of its improvement would validate the validity of this additional surgery for patients with cleft ...

Effect of Single-dose Dexmedetomidine on Emergence Excitement in Adults With Nasotracheal Intubation After Orthognathic Surgery

Excitement during the emergence from general anesthesia is a great post-operative problem. It may lead to serious consequences for the patient, such as injury, increased pain, hemorrhage, self-extubation, and removal of catheters, and it can necessitate physically or chemically restraining the patient. It has been reported that the incidence of postoperative emergence excitement in adults after general anesthesia is 21.3% occurrence. Many things are mentioned as risk factors f...

Intravenous Iron Iron in Orthognathic Surgery

The objective of the present study is to determine the impact of preoperative IV-iron (ferric carboxy maltose) supplementation on postoperative hematocrit values and allogenic blood transfusion amount in patients undergoing elective orthognatic surgery.

Physiotherapeutic Rehabilitation in Patients After Orthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic surgery procedures are often used to correct for skeletal II and III skeletal deformation, dental-facial-maxillary deformation, mandibular laterognathy and maxillofacial asymmetry. The factors that motivate patients to undergo this procedure are: improvement of chewing, speech and swallowing as well as aesthetic and psychosocial factors. Correction of occlusal-facial defects requires team orthodontic, surgical and rehabilitation treatment. As with any surgical proc...

Assessment of Maxillary Stability in Bimaxillary Orthognathic Patients Using the Inverted Sequence Approach

The investigator will assess the inverted sequence approach in the treatment of class III patient undergoing bimaxillary orthognathic surgery

Feasibility and Performance of a Novel 3D Virtual Treatment Planning Software: Single Surgeon Study

Background Three-dimensional (3D) imaging and subsequent 3D virtual treatment planning are becoming state of the art in orthognathic surgery. However, current available software is still too time-consuming. KLS Martin (Tuttlingen, Germany) has currently completed the preclinical phase of their novel 3D virtual planning software, "IPS (Individual Patient Solutions) CaseDesigner (IPSCD)". Objectives The authors aim to test pre-release versions of the IPSCD software under r...

Anxiolytic Effect of Lavender Oil on Orthognathic Surgery Patients

The aim of this study is to determine the possible reducing effects of different concentrations of lavender oil on preoperative anxiety in orthognathic surgery patients who have high anxiety during preoperative wait.

What Are the Three Dimensional Soft Tissue Changes That Occur After Orthognathic Surgery for Skeletal Class II Patients? Pre-test Post-test Quasi Experimental Study

the aim of the study is to establish reference data that could be used for the creation of more accurate three dimensional prediction of soft tissue outcome.

Cleft Orthognathic Surgery Versus Distraction Osteogenesis - Which is Better?

Cleft lip and palate patients normally present with a sunken face due to collapse in the middle part of the face and inability of the upper and lower teeth to meet during chewing. This situation constitutes a serious aesthetic and mastication problem. A single surgical operation known as orthognathic surgery was traditionally performed to move the upper jaw forward to a more normal position and allow chewing function to be regained. However, due to scar tissue from the origin...

In Vivo Assessment of Natural Tooth Color After Orthognathic Surgery. A Pilot Controlled Clinical Trial

In six consecutive patients planned to receive combined orthodontic-orthognathic surgery natural tooth color on 8 incisors was measured before initiation of the combined treatment (Time Point 1- baseline) and after its completion (Time Point 2- after intervention). The statistical interpretation of the results showed that tooth color change in the surgical group was higher in comparison to control groups. Control group I included non treatment subjects, while control group II i...

Orthognathic Speech Pathology: Phonetic Contrasts of Patients With Dental Discrepancies Pre- and Post-Treatment Analyses

The investigators are studying how speech is effected by jaw and tooth position in jaw surgery patients. Eighty percent of our jaw surgery patients have speech pathologies, compared to five percent of the general population, but speech pathologists do not understand why. The investigators hypothesize that open bites and underbites prevent most patients from being able to pronounce words normally and surgical correction will lead to improvement in speech. Patients will be audio ...

Personalized Titanium Plates vs CAD/CAM Surgical Splints in Maxillary Repositioning of Orthognathic Surgery

The purpose of this study is to determine whether personalized titanium plates can achieve better accuracy than CAD/CAM surgical splint in maxilla repositioning in orthognathic surgery, and evaluate the feasibility of this technique in clinical application.

The Effect of Melatonin on Postoperative Pain Reduction After Orthognathic Surgery

Orthognathic surgery is a procedure performed to correct dentofacial deformities. It involves osteotomy at the facial skeleton. Considerable pain is expected in the early recovery period. Melatonin is a hormone that is produced naturally by the body. Synthetic Melatonin is available over the counter for the management of sleeping disorder and jetlag. Clinically, Melatonin can also be used to reduce pain and analgesic consumption in patients undergoing surgery. Dexametha...

3D Imaging of Hard and Soft Tissue in Orthognathic Surgery

The primary objective of this clinical trial is to assess the influence of orthognathic surgery on facial soft tissue, such as changes (volume, linear, angular) of facial hard and soft tissue, in three dimensions, so enabling the setup of 3D normative value tables.

Micron Tracker: Computer-Assisted Orthognathic Surgery With a Third Generation Optic Repositioning System

The main objective of this study is to validate a simplified platform of a repositioning system in orthognathic surgery (a third generation optic repositioning system called MicronTracker) compared with the actual clinically validated one (Orthopilot system).

Effects of Oral Melatonin on Neurosensory Recovery Following Facial Osteotomies

Orthognathic surgery is commonly performed for the treatment of dentofacial deformities. Yet, one of the most prevalent and long-term complication encountered is neurosensory disturbance thus impairing sensation to parts of the face. In Hong Kong, it has been reported that in patients receiving orthognathic surgery, 5.9% experience long-term neurosensory disturbance post-surgery. Melatonin is a neurohormone that is produced and secreted by the pineal gland in the brain. ...

Early Physiotherapy, Mandibular Motion and Sensorial Recovery After Orthognathic Surgery

Several studies describe that the maximum mandibular opening decreases 60% -70% immediately after orthognathic surgery (OS) and other variables, including laterotrusion, movement speed and facial mimic also decrease drastically. In addition, patients frequently experience temporary or permanent sensory orofacial disturbances ranging from 9% to 76% of cases. It has been described that scheduled early physiotherapy reduces these complications.

Does it Worth to Reinforce With Additional Anesthesia to Improve Postoperative Course After Orthognathic Surgery?

Bimaxillary osteotomy is a surgery procedure of the orthognathic surgery field for correction of dental and facial abnormalities, for both functional and aesthetic cases. The incidence of this abnormality is 5-10% of the population, and the etiology is unknown, with genetic, environmental and embryonic factors related. The surgery technic is complex, and requires osteotomy of the maxilla and jaw, which allows toward, forward, impact and rotation of these bones to fix the edges ...

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