Background: In old traumatic multiple facial fractures, connective tissue and fibrosis were formedwhich make them difficult to be repaired. Purpose: To illustrate to ENT- Head and Neck surgeons asreconstructive surgery could restore the aesthetic and function in facial deformity. Case: Two cases ofold multiple facial fracture were reported. One case was a 32 years old man with history of falling froma tree three years ago and second case was 41 years old man with history of car accident two years ago. Case management: Those two cases were managed with facial reconstruction and malar augmentation using rib cartilage, plate and screw andsilicon implant. Conclusion: Facial reconstruction using rib cartilage autograft, plate and screw or silicon implant could be repair malar asymmetry. Facial analysisin facial reconstruction is important in determining the site of implantation precisely.
|Journal||Oto Rhino Laryngologica Indonesiana|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|