Usually, the lip forms between the fourth and seventh week of pregnancy, if this tissue does not join completely before birth it results in an opening in the upper lip known as cleft lip.
Also, the roof of the mouth i.e. palate is usually formed between the sixth and ninth week of pregnancy. If the tissue that makes up the roof of the mouth does not join together completely it is known as a cleft palate.
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» Cleft lip and palate affect the baby’s feeding ability.
» The baby finds it difficult to suck the milk, and there are more chances for the milk to enter into the respiratory tract.
» It also causes speech hindrance.
» It brings an unaesthetic impact to the face as well.
» To repair a cleft lip and palate surgically, it is usually done in the first twelve months of life.
» A Surgical repair improves the breathing, speech, language development and facial appearance of the child.
» With surgical and cosmetic repair of the lip and palate, most children do well and lead a healthy life.
» Parent care, support and education is extremely essential in such cases.
» The child’s haemoglobin level and weight for undergoing cleft lip and palate surgery are accurately and precisely monitered.
» Once, the vitals are in control the surgical and cosmetic repair is done under general anaesthesia.
» Our team of Oral and Maxillofacial surgeons make sure that this improves the life of the child and brings in the ability to chew and eat at a later stage in life.
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- Lara Krumm(Germany)