Salyer and Bardach's Atlas of Craniofacial and Cleft Surgery presents the latest surgical techniques for repair of craniofacial deformities and clefts. Featuring over 1,900 illustrations, this two-volume color atlas is the only reference that comprehensively covers the wide range of current surgical procedures for both skeletal reconstruction and supplemental soft tissue reconstruction. Volume 1 of the atlas is devoted to craniofacial surgery, including surgical planning, surgery for craniosynostosis in infants, orbital surgery, surgery of skull deformities, nasal reconstruction, maxillary and mandibular osteotomies, skeletal reconstruction after trauma and tumor excision, and orthognathic surgery. Volume 2 focuses on clefts, and includes both primary and secondary corrective surgery for unilateral and bilateral cleft lip, nose, and palate. Surgical procedures described include alveolar bone grafting, premaxillary repositioning, and maxillary and mandibular osteotomies.
Close attention is given to techniques for correcting secondary maxillofacial deformities, including closure of oronasal and nasolabial fistulas and pharyngoplasty procedures for velopharyngeal incompetence following cleft palate repair