Table of Contents

Preface; Introduction; Indications for Orthognathic Surgery and Deciding the Need for Surgery; Borderline Cases-Camouflage or Surgery?; Psychosocial Considerations in Orthognathic Patients; The Concept of "Body Image"; Psychological Profile of the Patient with Dentofacial Deformities; Motives for Surgery; Post Surgical Psycho-Emotional Aspects of Orthognathic Surgical Patient; Psychological Evaluation of Candidates for Dentofacial Surgery; Interviewing the Patient; 1. How Does the Patient Perceive His Deformity?; 2. Has the Patient Had Previous Surgery? (D) Vertical Dental Dysplasia(e) Maxilla and Mandible Analysis; (f) Dental Analysis; Deriving a Diagnostic List; Surgical Treatment Possibilities; Changes in Width of the Maxilla; Changes in Width of the Mandible; Antero-Posterior and Vertical Changes in Maxilla; Forward Movement; Backward Movement; Upward Movement; Downward Movement; Antero-Posterior and Vertical Changes in Mandible; Treatment Planning; 1. Making the Basic Surgical Decisions; Esthetic Treatment Objectives; Integration of Occlusion; Integration of prediction tracings; Cephalograms as Treatment Prediction Tool; Template Method. (Vii) Nasal Base-Lip Contour(viii) Nasal Projection; (ix) Throat Length and Contour; (x) Subnasale-Pogonion Line (Sn-Pg'); Analysis of Diagnostic Records: Third Component of Data Base; Analysis of Photographs; Analysis of Dental Casts; Analysis of Radiographs; Analysis of Cephalograms; (i) Measurement Analysis; Sagittal; (ii) Template Analysis; Template Analysis of Cranial.
Jaw Relationships; (iii) Analysis Used for Quantification of Fault Is Burstone and Legans' COGS Analysis i.e., Cephalometrics for Othognathic Surgery [35]; Landmarks Used; (a) Cranial Base Analysis. 3. How Long Has the Patient been Concerned about the Deformity?4. Is the Deformity Developmental or Acquired?; 5. Is the Patient's Motivation Primary or Secondary?; 7. What Does the Patient Expect from Surgery?; Classifying the Patient; Group I.
Highly Positive Reactors; Group II.
Neutral Reactors; Group III.
Negative Reactors; Diagnosis: Deciding Where the Fault Lies; Interview Data: The First Component of the Data Base; 1. The Patient's Chief Complaint; 2. Social.
Psychologic Status; 3. Physical Status: Medical.
Dental History and Related Findings; Medical History; Dental History. Evaluation of Physical Growth StatusClinical Examination Data: The Second Component of the Data Base; 1. Health of Hard and Soft Tissues; 2. Evaluation of Oral Function and TMJ; Functional Evaluation; iii) Temporomandibular Joint Signs; 3. Esthetics and Facial Analysis: Deciding Where the Fault Lies; Frontal Analysis; Frontal View; (i) Outline Form and Symmetry; (ii) Facial Level; (iii) Midline Alignments; (iv) Facial One Thirds; (v) Lower One-Third Evaluation; (iii) Maxillary Sulcus Contour; (iv) Mandibular Sulcus Contour; (v) Orbital Rim; (vi) Cheekbone Contour.