The risk of head pain due to temperature change with porous implants is very low as the temperature remains close to the physiologic temperature (excellent exchange area/volume ratio).
Determine every aspect of the implant design — shape, number, and position of the screws and suture channels — before you perform the surgery on your patient.
CE-marked solutions, developed for easy fixation and immediate results. They are tailored to be a perfect match for your patient’s anatomy.
3D printing offers high complexity in designs for a variety of cases.
Precise and easy fixation
Thanks to osteosynthesis screws determined according to the anatomical obstacles.
Materialise Personalized Solutions porous implants are made using 3D printing. They are made from commercially pure titanium, using a high-quality, reliable, and fully approved process.
Porous titanium implants
Designed by our specialized clinical engineers and made to perfectly fit your patient's anatomy.
Polyamide osteotomy guides
If one or more resections are needed, Materialise offers osteotomy and pre-drilling guides. Fully personalized in either titanium, these guides ensure that the simulation is properly transferred to the OR.
1. Patient scan
Upload the patient’s (CB)CT scan and dental information to SurgiCase Online
2. Interactive planning
A clinical engineer contacts you to participate in an interactive online planning session to define the surgical plan
3. Design approval
Review the surgical plan and device design online in 3D on the SurgiCase Viewer
4. Production of splints, guides, and implants
Your orthognathic splints, surgical guides, and personalized implants are 3D printed within our certified quality management system
Use the delivered implants and instruments in surgery to reach accurate and predictable results
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