Cleft lip and palate is a congenital condition that is present in different types and severities of neonates. A lip or lip splitter is said to have a gap around the upper lip. But the meaning of the cleft palate is a hole in the mouth of the mouth, known as hard or soft, and the sides of the palate are not connected at the time of the embryo’s growth in the womb. The cleft lip and palate are sometimes one-sided and sometimes bilateral. Since the lips and palms grow separately, the baby may have only a cleft lip or palate or suffer from both deformities.
The first orthodontic examination may be performed even before teething the baby. The purpose of this study is to examine the growth of the facial tissue, especially the growth of the jaw. Later, with the growth of the teeth, the dentist provides long-term and short-term plans to address the needs of individuals. For example, if the maxillary teeth of a child are not well placed near the mandibular teeth, the orthodontist may suggest an early treatment period to correct the maxillary and mandibular relationship. Usually after this period of treatment, there is a longer period in which the dentist will monitor the growth of the face and the teeth. With the growth of permanent teeth, the last orthodontic phase provides teeth balance