ABSTRACTClassification systems proposed are based on the cleft lip and palate morphology and a few are based on the embryonic principles, the main aim to propose these classification systems was to ease the treatment planning. Not only this it helps the patient to name, grade, remember, plan and discuss the clinical scenario. Some of the classifications are Tessier type, Veau, and Davis and Ritchie classifications. The American Cleft Palate Association and Kernahan and Stark classifications probably represent the best variable systems today, and they are presented in some detail for comparison. But a more standard classification is still awaited.How to cite this article: Singh D, Bastian TS, Kudva S, Singh MK, Sharma P. Classification Systems for Orofacial Clefts. Oral Maxillofac Pathol J... 2015;6(1):556-560.