Hare Lip- the upper lip cleft occurs in one of 2500 newborns. It is bilateral or one-way. In the following case, more often on the left than on the right.
Two-sided indentation of the upper lip is not often accompanied by a forward protruding mandibular process of the upper jaw. Given the individual characteristics of each case, a variety of plastic surgery is used.
Macrostomy - the necrophilic angle is also one- or two-sided. May be accompanied by drooling, as the corner of the mouth does not close completely. To eliminate the defect, a plastic surgery for suturing the angle of the mouth is performed.