Improving the Entire Rehabilitation of People Impacted with Mandible Problems
The increasing percentage of incidents of injury shows that there is an everyday rise in potential of harm occurring all around, based on the frequency and severity of injuries. Of all bone injuries, ankle, maxillofacial, and other injuries make up 3.2% to 3.8%. Jaw fractures are the most common injury that occurs most frequently in the maxillofacial region. In the Department of Maxillofacial Surgery at the Bukhara Regional Multidisciplinary Medical Center in Bukhara, 26 men and 40 women underwent surgical manipulation from 2009 to 2018, depending on the severity of the mandibles fracture. Each patient was split into two groups: 33 (50%) patients were assigned to the comparison group, and 33 (50%) patients were assigned to the main group. All patients who were diagnosed with a unilateral oblique fracture of the lower mandible angle and who did not have any concurrent medical conditions gave their informed consent. Both groups' patients had their jaws splinted and a tooth on the fracture line extracted.