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Dysmorphies maxillo-mandibulaires de classe III : fonctions et dysfonctions oro-myo-faciales dans le cadre d’un parcours orthodontico-chirurgical

Abstract : Surgical-orthodontic treatment in the context of class III malocclusion requires coordinated multidisciplinary work to achieve a lasting functional and aesthetic result. Speech therapist is involved to evaluate and rehabilitate the oral functions: oral habits, breathing, swallowing, enunciation, speech and chewing. This study attempts to quantify the proportion of orofacial myofunctional disorder in the preoperative period and to observe the effect of factors that may influence their rehabilitation. Retrospective analysis of 35 speech-language pathology files of patients with class III malocclusion during orthodontic-surgical treatment identified oral dysfunctions in preoperative phase Then, the analysis of speech therapy follow-up in 8 cases led to identification of factors likely influence the rate of oral dysfunctions rehabilitation. In the preoperative phase, we find a proportion of 3 and 6 oral dysfunctions in these patients. In our population sample, speech therapy and patient compliance tend to positively influence the rate oral dysfunctions rehabilitation in contrast to vertical excess. Age seems to be a neutral factor. A larger cohort will corroborate our observations and refine our preliminary results regarding the time-related modality of speech therapy follow-up and the type of patient ventilation.
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Cécile Giraud. Dysmorphies maxillo-mandibulaires de classe III : fonctions et dysfonctions oro-myo-faciales dans le cadre d’un parcours orthodontico-chirurgical. Sciences cognitives. 2019. ⟨dumas-02545301⟩

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