Craniofacial

Medical Stereolithography

Three-dimensional model of any anatomical structure, manufactured from a computed tomography. This model allows a better surgical planning and knowledge of the area by viewing, manipulating and measuring anatomical structures and pathological defects.

Cranial prosthesis Fabrication

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Anatomical structures visualization and manipulation

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Surgical planning

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Cranioplasty

Subdermal skull prosthesis made of PMMA in clinical laboratory, computer-designed and manually verified with millimetrical fit to the defect edges. Manufactured with biocompatible materials whose characteristics will provide many advantages over titanium prostheses. The  laboratory manufacturing process diverge from the in situ manufacturing method with Craneoplast, therefore it avoids the exothermic reactions, lack of fixation, uneven surfaces and improves final aesthetic result. Also, the prosthesis millimetrical fit will reduce the time required in the operating room and immediate complications caused by a poor fit.

Cranial prosthesis 1

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Cranial prosthesis 2

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Cranial prosthesis 3

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Cranial prosthesis 4

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Facial Reconstruction Prostheses

Subdermal prosthesis made of PMMA in clinical laboratory, computer-designed and manually verified with millimetrical fit to the defect edges. Manufactured with biocompatible materials whose characteristics will provide many advantages over titanium prosthesis. The  laboratory manufacturing process diverge from the in situ manufacturing method with Craneoplast, therefore it avoids the exothermic reactions, lack of fixation, uneven surfaces and improves final aesthetic result. Also, the prosthesis millimetrical fit will reduce the time required in the operating room and immediate complications caused by a poor fit.

Malar reconstruction

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Superciliary arch reconstruction

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