Binder’s syndrome: Report of two cases

Hitesh Vij, Puneet Batra, Partha Sadhu, Ruchieka Vij


Binder’s syndrome is an uncommon entity characterized by midfacial hypoplasia along with Class

III incisal relationship. The individuals with this syndrome are easily recognizable and the syndrome

is mostly associated with other malocclusions. The current article presents two cases of this rare

syndrome and describes its general features.

Key Words: Binder’s, midfacial hypoplasia, maxillofacial dysplasia

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