Delivering beyond standard

From your most routine to complex surgeries, Materialise’s wide range of cranio-maxillofacial (CMF) solutions — from fully personalized to off-the-shelf solutions — give you the means to deliver outstanding care. 3D technologies have opened new frontiers that push the boundaries of 3D planning and device design. Your patients are unique, and 3D planning can help address their individual needs.

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Orthognathic surgery

A range of fully personalized solutions dedicated to orthognathic surgery, including orthognathic splints and 3D-printed surgical guides and implants to address your needs for even the most complex cases.

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Personalized porous implants are designed and developed with you by Materialise engineers, tailored to be a perfect match for your patient’s anatomy.

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Reconstructive surgery

Personalized guides for harvesting bone fragments at exactly the right size and angle and for resecting tumors at the correct location. Personalized plates and the appropriate screws for precise reconstruction.

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TMJ Total Arthroplasty System

Our personalized, surgically invasive, and implantable medical device is comprised of a temporal and mandibular component to restore the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).

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Trauma surgery

Personalized solutions for various conditions, including primary orbital trauma, complex orbital wall and zygoma fractures, and large bone defects.

Benefits of Materialise Cranio-Maxillofacial Solutions

3D planning

Expert support

All-in-one solution

Less paperwork

CE marking


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Materialise Standard+ Solutions

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Materialise Personalized Solutions

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3D planning and 3D printing at point of care

I can perfectly demonstrate that we can save up to one and a half hours in the operating room for a free-flap surgery, for example. In the case of orthognathic and trauma surgeries, we would do something like two osteotomies a day, and now we can perform three to four surgeries in a day in the same operating room.

Dr. Thomas SchoumanAPHP-Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Sorbonne University


With 30+ years of experience, we are the trusted choice of leading hospitals worldwide

We have supported more than 30,000 surgeries with Materialise Personalized Solutions and more than five million implants placed worldwide from our range of Materialise Standard+ Solutions.