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Evaluation of soft and hard tissue changes after bimaxillary surgery in class III orthognathic surgery and aesthetic consideration

Ghassemi Mehrangiz, Ghassemi Alireza, Showkatbakhsh Rahman, Ahmad Syed Sayeed, Shadab Mohammad, Modabber Ali, Jamilian Abdolreza

Year : 2014| Volume: 5| Issue : 2 | Page no: 157-160

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