Mikrognati dan Mikroglosi Kongenital

Sri Harini Soemartono

Abstract


A case of congenital micrognathia and microglossia was observed between the ages of 6.5 and 8 years in a boy patient. The lower arch was extremely narrow and the tongue was extremely thin, small, and smooth. Speech disorder, absence of 13, 23, 32, 42, and severe overbite occlusion accompanied that case. The etiology in connection with the growth and development, the insertion of upper and lower prosthesis were discussed in this paper.

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