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AIM: To evaluate soft tissue changes following class II orthognathic surgery using three-Dimensional imaging.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: This review was conducted according to preferred reporting Items for systematic reviews and Meta-analysis guidelines by systematically searching the six databases including PubMed, Cochrane,Google scholar,LILACS,Directory of Open Access Journals and Opengrey.
RESULTS vertical: This systematic review comprises of most up-to-date evidence from twelve articles answering the review questions.
CONCLUSION: Maxillary setback shows significant decreased in nasolabial and alar width and posterior movement of point A. Mandibular advancement shows significant reduction in mento-labial angle with increase in the volume of lips and cheeks. The largest changes occurred on the anterior and inferior surfaces of the chin. Labii Inferioris showed a statistically significance change at horizontal lines with an increase in the Cutaneous bi-gonial distance. In case of Bi-jaw surgeries, the lip width had decreased significantly.