Clefts involving the facial region lead to functional and aesthetic issues to the affected patients. The aim of the cleft palate repair is to achieve normal speech without affecting the growth of the facial structures. The most common complications which develop after primary cleft palate [ + ]
Most of the Patients with cleft palate deformity treated by surgeries acquire speech difficulties. Apart from normal cleft palate cases, a rare condition exists, known as the submucous cleft palate. The submucous cleft palate is also a congenital defect of the palate, formed in the roof of [ + ]
In cleft lip and palate patients few treatments are based on aesthetics and some are based on functional improvement solely. Treatment of cleft palate is also one of them. Treatment of cleft palate is very important for functional rehabilitation for eg speech, swallowing etc.
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