Air Instrument Surgery: Vol. 3: Facial, Oral and Reconstructive Surgery by Ted BloodhartAir Instrument Surgery: Vol. 3: Facial, Oral and Reconstructive Surgery by Ted Bloodhart

Air Instrument Surgery: Vol. 3: Facial, Oral and Reconstructive Surgery

byTed BloodhartEditorRobert M. Hall

Paperback | November 11, 2011

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The use of the compressed air-driven turbine for the activation of surgical burs and saws as developed by Dr. Robert M. Hall has been a boon for the plastic, max­ illofacial, and oral surgeon. The development of air instrument surgery coincided with the opening of new vistas in surgery in the area of craniofacial surgery. Cranio­ facial osteotomies for orbital (ocular) hypertelorism, for the deformities of cranio­ stenosis (Cronzon's disease, Apert's syndrome) and subcranial osteotomies at various levels of the facial skeleton have brought about dramatic improvements in the form of the facial substructure in patients with gross deformities. In many of these maxillofacial deformities the facial skeleton and dento-alveolar processes must be advanced, recessed or expanded in the lateral dimension. In such cases maloc­ clusion of the tceth is usual; this is corrected by intermaxillary fixation of the mo­ bilized bony structures which also reestablishes adequate relationships between the dento-alveolar processes of the upper and lower jaws. This brings us to the subject of surgical orthodontics, a field that is just beginning to expand; its development should bring about closer collaboration between surgeon and orthodontist, resulting in rapid and efficient improvement of malocclusion. The absence of vibration characteristic of the air-driven turbine, in contrast to the mechanically driven drill, allows the surgeon to carry out delicate and precise surgical procedures with less fatigue to himself.
Title:Air Instrument Surgery: Vol. 3: Facial, Oral and Reconstructive SurgeryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:242 pagesPublished:November 11, 2011Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Section I. Facial Surgery.- Fixation of a Fractured Zygoma and Orbital Floor.- Caldwell-Luc.- Alloplastic Restoration of a Fractured Orbital Floor.- Segmental Mandibular Resection.- Retromaxillism.- Reconstruction of a "Dish Face" Deformity.- Excision of a Tumor of the Ascending Ramus.- Advancing Mandibular Symphysis.- Total Maxillectomy.- Ridge Onlay Graft for Microgenia.- Nasal Reconstruction.- Removal of a Nasal Hump.- Lateral Nasal Osteotomy (Rhinoplasty).- Cartilage or Bone Grafting Following Subtotal Nasal Reconstruction.- Krönlein Procedure.- Excision of an Ossifying Fibroma of the Frontal Bone.- Dacryocystorhinostomy.- Reconstruction of the Auricle.- Technique Suggestions.- Section II. Oral Surgery.- Vertical Osteotomy of the Ascending Ramus.- Anterior Maxillary Osteotomy.- Bilateral Oblique Sliding Osteotomy of the Rami of the Mandible.- Bilateral Midsagittal Osteotomy of the Rami of the Mandible.- Intraoral Step Osteotomy of the Body of the Mandible.- Horizontal Mandibular Osteotomy.- Degloving the Mandible for Mentoplasty.- Condylectomy.- Surgical Orthodontia.- Surgical-Orthodontic Treatment of Interincisal Diastematas.- Internal-External Fixation of a Mandibular Fracture.- Simple Fixation of a Fracture of the Mandibular Symphysis.- Figure Eight Wiring of a Mandibular Symphysis Fracture.- Intraoral Mandibular Reduction.- Interseptal Wiring.- The "L" Splint for Immobilization of Iliac Bone Grafts to the Mandible.- Ostectomy of a Mandibular Ameloblastoma.- Unroofing of a Mandibular Dentigerous Cyst.- Marsupialization of a Globulomaxillary Cyst.- Removal of Torus Palatinus.- Removal of Torus Mandibularis.- Maxillary Alveolectomy.- Removal of a Palatal Root from an Edentulous Maxilla.- Surgical Removal of a Partially Impacted Wisdom Tooth.- Sectioning of a Horizontal Impacted Mandibular Third Molar.- Removal of an Unerupted Mandibular Second Bicuspid.- Excision of an Ankylosed Deciduous Mandibular Molar.- Removal of an Impacted Maxillary Third Molar.- Removal of an Impacted Palatal Maxillary Cuspid.- Apicoectomy of a Maxillary Incisor.- Periodontal Alveoloplasty.- Operative Dentistry.- Technique Suggestions.- Section III. Temporal Bone Surgery.- Excision of an Osteoma of the External Auditory Meatus.- Removal of the Mastoid Cortex.- A Radical Mastoidectomy.- Cryosurgical Treatment of Meniere's Disease.- Exposure of the Middle Ear.- Fenestration of the Solid Footplate.- Transtemporal Translabyrinthine Approach to an Acoustic Neuroma.- Preservation of the Posterior Canal Wall and Bridge in Surgery for Cholesteatoma.- Technique Suggestions.- Section IV. Hand Reconstructive Surgery.- Insertion of a Silastic® Carpal Scaphoid Implant.- Insertion of a Silastic Trapezium Implant in Trapeziometacarpal Arthroplasty.- Insertion of a Silastic® Carpal Lunate Implant.- Silastic® Implants for Replacement of Arthritic or Destroyed Joints of the Hand.- Technique Suggestions.- Section V. Soft Tissue Surgery.- Dermabrasion.- Discussion of Methods of Management of Lower Extremity Soft Tissue Trauma in Arteriosclerotic Patients.- Permanent Camouflage of Capillary Hemangiomas.- Tissue Biopsy.- Excision of a Fibroma.- Liver Biopsy.- Operative Management of Heavily Calcified Aortic Valve.- Intimectomy.- Technique Suggestions.- Section VI. Equipment Guide.- Air Pressure Regulator.- Connecting the Regulator to the Nitrogen Tank.- Attaching Air Instruments to the Regulator.- Disconnecting Air Instruments from the Regulator.- Sterilization of Equipment: Steam.- Sterilization of Equipment: Gas.- Cleaning of Air Instruments.- Lubrication of the Air Drill 100.- Lubrication of the Air Driver II.- Air Drill 100.- Air Driver II.- Repair and Maintenance Guide.- Section VII. Power Systems.- Power Systems.