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Figure 1: (a) The skin flap is elevated to expose the anterior border of the parotid gland. (b) The buccal nerve is identified and preserved on the surface of masseter muscle. (c) The masseter muscle is split in the direction of its fibers, which run parallel to the anterior edge of mandibular ramus. (d) Fixation is performed after reduction of the fracture

Figure 1: (a) The skin flap is elevated to expose the anterior border of the parotid gland. (b) The buccal nerve is identified and preserved on the surface of masseter muscle. (c) The masseter muscle is split in the direction of its fibers, which run parallel to the anterior edge of mandibular ramus. (d) Fixation is performed after reduction of the fracture