for oral and maxillofacial surgery in different titanium grades and desgins.
Titanium meshes for cranioplasty ( skull defect coverage ). Titanium meshes-implants for use in more complex skull defects, the fit of the titanium implants is created intraoperatively.
Skull implants for severe trauma with multiple fractures. Titan Netze CMF.
can be preformed to be easily adapted to the anatomical shape of the skull.
The different desgins differ in stability and flexibility.
Plate thickness between 0.1mm and 0.6mm
Titanium meshes for the 2.0 mm system in various geometries and a plate thickness of 0.60 mm. Other plate thicknesses available.
The flexibility results from the different desgins of the meshes. By using different titanium grades 1-5 additional influence on the stability and bending properties.
Cranioplasty is a surgical procedure that repairs or reconstructs the skull. This type of surgery is often performed after a traumatic injury, skull tumor, or congenital defect. Titanium mesh and implants are commonly used in cranioplasty to provide a stable and durable framework for skull reconstruction.
Titanium meshes are thin plates of titanium that can be shaped to fit the contours of the skull. They are often used to repair large defects or to reinforce the skull after a traumatic injury.\n\nTitanium implants, on the other hand, are solid pieces of titanium that can be used to replace missing bone or to provide additional support to the skull. They are available in a variety of shapes and sizes to accommodate different types of skull defects.
Both titanium meshes and implants have several advantages over other materials, including:
Biocompatibility: titanium is well tolerated by the body and carries a low risk of rejection or infection.
Durability: titanium is a strong and durable metal that can withstand the forces of daily life.
Radiolucency: Titanium is radiolucent, which means it will not interfere with imaging exams such as X-rays or CT scans.
Ease of use: titanium mats and implants are easy to shape and sculpt, making them ideal for cranial reconstruction.
If you are considering cranioplasty, it is important to discuss your options with a qualified and experienced neurosurgeon or cranial surgeon. They can help you determine the best approach for your individual needs and provide you with the care and treatment you need to achieve the best possible outcome.
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