Vol - 29, Issue - 05
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-02-05-2022-1412
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Abstract : The success of any fracture treatment depends on the anatomical reduction of the displaced fracture fragments. Achieving anatomical reduction and stabilization of the displaced anterior segment before miniplate fixation is difficult in bilateral parasymphysis fracture of the mandible. We propose a new, simple technique for the reduction and stabilization of displaced anterior segment in the bilateral parasymphysis fracture by using screw wire traction. We have employed a screw-wire traction technique to aid in anatomic reduction of displaced anterior segment in bilateral parasymphysis fracture. The Screw-wire traction unit can be prepared with basic equipment available in all maxillofacial units. We have used screw-wire traction technique in all the displaced fractures in the body and anterior segment of mandible for the past 4 years and found it to be a more effective aid. The screw-wire traction technique facilitates precise reduction of the displaced fracture segment and control and aids stability before conventional miniplate fixation.

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