Volume 2 Issue 2 (April - June, 2016)

Case Reports

MANAGEMENT OF A CLEFT PALATE PATIENT WITH HOLLOW OBTURATOR A CASE REPORT
Happy Bajaj, Anmol Mahajan, Rishi Aggarwal

The cleft palate deformity is a ‘‘congenital defect of the middle third of the face, consisting of fissure of palate. Patient with cleft palate present with difficulty in swallowing, speech, altered appearance, many dental problems and psychological problems.’’ This article described cleft palate patients rehabilitated with closed hollow obturators.
Key words: hollow bulb obturator, palatal insufficiency, prosthetic rehabilitaion

Corresponding author: Dr. Happy Bajaj, Prosthodontist, Private Practitioner.

This article may be cited as:  Bajaj H, Mahajan A, Aggarwal R. Management of a cleft palate patient with hollow obturator – A case report. Int J Res Health Allied Sci 2016;2(2):13-17.

 
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