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Rehabilitation of congenital cleft palate defect improves the quality of life for the patient as normal as possible. Obturator size depends on defect’s size and volume. The prosthesis should be easy to handle, simple to maintain, biocompatible, light in weight and conventional for future adjustments. This case report describes a cleft palate patient, which was rehabilitated with a hollow bulb obturator.

Keywords: Cleft palate, Hollow bulb obturator, Maxillofacial defects, Rehabilitation.

How to cite this article: Verma AK, Chaturvedi S, Ali M, Suhag A, Bhargava S, Yadav H. Fabrication of Hollow Bulb Obturator with Maxillary Partial Denture for Congenital Cleft Palate Defect. MGM J Med Sci 2015;2(3):161-164.

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