Nyoman Ayu Anggayanti, Harmas Yazid Yusuf, Endang Sjamsudin, Agus Nurwiadh
Abstract: Introduction. Cleft lip accompanied with macrostomia is a rare congenital disorder. This condition stems from the fusion failure of upper and lower jaw at the first branchial arch and could be syndromic or isolated, unilateral or bilateral. Purpose. To report the management of cleft lip accompanied with macrostomia with good results functionally and esthetically. Case report. A 3-years-old baby boy with cleft at upper lip, right corner of the lip and palate since birth. Case management. Surgical correction was done with Millard technique to correct the cleft lip and double Z-plasty to correct the macrostomia. Conclusion. Surgical correction of cleft lip with macrostomia in infant has to be done simultaneously to obtain satisfying results in both functional and aesthetic aspects.
Keywords: Cleft lip, Macrostomia, Surgical