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Analysis of available domestic and foreign sources of literature showed that dental anomalies occur from 27.7 to 88.8% of the population. However, according to various authors, from 17 to 32% of the representatives of this group need the surgical stage of complex correction of skeletal bite anomalies. In addition to dental-anomalies, due to advances in osteoplastic and reconstructive maxillofacial surgery, there is an increasing interest in rejuvenating surgeries and in imparting European characteristics to representatives of the African and Asian races. The development of high-speed transport leads to an increase in the proportion of victims with multiple and pan-facial fractures of the facial bones of the skull and severe combined injuries of the maxillofacial area. Diagnosis, planning of surgical intervention and rehabilitation of this category of patients requires special thoroughness and scrupulousness due to the anatomical and physiological features of the maxillofacial area and aesthetic, as well as the communicative function of a person›s face. All of the above circumstances dictate the need for a personalized approach in the treatment of this category of patients, while the attacks use modern additive technologies (9 figs, bibliography: 7 refs).

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G A Grebnev

S. M. Kirov Military Medical Academy of the Russian Defense Ministry

Saint Petersburg, Russia

A S Bagnenko

S. M. Kirov Military Medical Academy of the Russian Defense Ministry

Saint Petersburg, Russia

G V Moskvin

S. M. Kirov Military Medical Academy of the Russian Defense Ministry

Saint Petersburg, Russia


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