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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Extended laterally positioned flap. (a) Complete unilateral palato-alveolar cleft. (b) Preparation of the receptor site or bed with de-epithelialization. (c) Mobilization or displacement of the flap to the receptor bed. (d) The flap is sutured with simple and suspensory stitches. (e) Postoperative control at 2 weeks. (f) Control at 2 months where mucogingival continuity is observed

Figure 1: Extended laterally positioned flap. (a) Complete unilateral palato-alveolar cleft. (b) Preparation of the receptor site or bed with de-epithelialization. (c) Mobilization or displacement of the flap to the receptor bed. (d) The flap is sutured with simple and suspensory stitches. (e) Postoperative control at 2 weeks. (f) Control at 2 months where mucogingival continuity is observed