Craniomaxillofacial

We care about each patient and provide solutions based on the best class end-to-end service.  Our highly skilled specialists will analyze 3D image data, design a model of the implant and share the 3D proposed implant model with the doctor.  After satisfying all patient-specific implants’ requirements we produce the final implant using advanced 3D printing or CNC machining technologies.

Implants for craniomaxillofacial (CMF) surgery

Computer-aided design (CAD) used to generate 3D proposed implant has a major impact on success of cranio-maxillofacial (CMF) surgery, significantly improving efficiency, accuracy, creativity, and reproducibility.

Process
  • Design based on analysis of 3D imaging data. These image-based segmentation methods can be applied on radiological image data from computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET/CT) or magnet resonance imaging (MRI) scans.
Modeling the Sphenoidal Bone (os sphenoidal)
Modeling the Zygomatic Bone (Left)
2. Rapid prototyping

Rapid-prototyping using a stereolithigraphic resin model of damaged area

Modeling of the implant
Modeling of the damaged area
Printted implant and damaged bone
Printted real implant (Titanum based)
  1. In the first step the implant is fabricated by plastic. This plastic model is assembled with stereolithigraphic model of damaged area. This helps to understand whether the implant is fitting well or additional modification are required for subsequent intraoperative use.
  2. If the plastic model of the implant fits well to the receptive bone model then, a titanium implant is printed

This technique has become standard practice in maxillofacial centres worldwide

3D printed Mandible (mandibula)