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Figure 1 :(A) Infant held in an inverted position during the impression process to prevent the tongue from falling back and to allow fluids to drain out. (B) Impression of a unilateral cleft patient using a custom tray and heavy-body silicone impression material. (C) Plaster stone working model of a bilateral cleft patient for appliance fabrication. (D) Bilateral nasoalveolar moulding plate with retention buttons fabricated using self-cure acrylic resin

Figure 1 :(A) Infant held in an inverted position during the impression process to prevent the tongue from falling back and to allow fluids to drain out. (B) Impression of a unilateral cleft patient using a custom tray and heavy-body silicone impression material. (C) Plaster stone working model of a bilateral cleft
patient for appliance fabrication. (D) Bilateral nasoalveolar moulding plate with retention buttons fabricated using self-cure acrylic resin