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World J Stomatol. Nov 20, 2014; 3(4): 30-37
Published online Nov 20, 2014. doi: 10.5321/wjs.v3.i4.30
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Figure 1 Mandibular traction by wires[18] (with kind permission of publisher).
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Figure 2 Mandibular distraction osteogenesis applied to one-month-old child with Pierre Robin sequence[25] (with kind permission of publisher).
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Figure 3 Frontal (A) and lateral (B) facial views before treatment.
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Figure 4 Intraoral view showing the tongue located in oropharynx behind the palatal shelves.
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Figure 5 Modified nutrition plate with wire extension.
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Figure 6 Tongue in the oral cavity just after the modified nutrition plate was inserted.
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Figure 7 Facial view of the baby after 6 mo.
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Figure 8 Intraoral view. The tongue in position in the oral cavity without the appliance.
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Figure 9 Frontal (A) and lateral (B) facial views of the baby after 18 mo.