Mandible condylar hyperplasia: A review of diagnosis and treatment protocol

  • Olate S
  • Duque Netto H
  • Rodriguez-Chessa J
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Condylar hyperplasia (CH) is a bone disease characterized by the increased development of one mandibular condyle. It regularly presents as an active growth with facial asymmetry generally without pain. Statistically it affects more women in adolescence, although it does not discriminate by age or gender. Its best-known consequence is asymmetric facial deformity (AFD), which combined with alteration of the dental occlusion with unilateral crossbite or open bite. It is not known when CH begins and how long it lasts; diagnostic examinations are described and are efficient in some research about diagnosis. Protocol treatment is not well studie and depends on the criteria described in this paper. The aim of this research is to provide up-to-date information about the diagnosis of this disease and to analyze the treatment protocol, visualizing the CH and AFD presented.

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  • Condylar hyperplasia
  • Facial asymmetry
  • TMJ

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  • Sergio OlateUniversidad de La Frontera

  • Henrique Duque Netto

  • Jaime Rodriguez-Chessa

  • Juan Pablo Alister

  • Jose de Albergaria-Barbosa

  • Márcio de Moraes

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