RECONSTRUCTIONS

3D Additive manufacturing technology can benefit the use in the oral & maxillofacial field in various aspects and different clinical cases: surgical planning, anatomical models, surgical guides, oncological resection with free flap reconstruction, trauma, orthognathic surgery, facial prosthetics, customized TMJ reconstruction, custom dental implants and complex facial reconstruction.

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RECONSTRUCTIONS

3D Additive manufacturing technology can benefit the use in the oral & maxillofacial field in various aspects and different clinical cases: surgical planning, anatomical models, surgical guides, oncological resection with free flap reconstruction, trauma, orthognathic surgery, facial prosthetics, customized TMJ reconstruction, custom dental implants and complex facial reconstruction.

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CASE STUDIES

SURFACE ENERGY

Nanostructures generate the correct energy on the surface of the implant and stimulate cellular activity.
Increased hydrophilia and cellular activity means more successful osseointegration. With efficient cell selection, bone develops not only on the surface of the existing bone, but on the surface of the implant. This contact osteogenesis is vital for successful osseointegration and is critical in compromised cases. This research describes the technology used to produce subperiosteal microtextured titanium implants by additive manufacturing with specific surface topography.
The ability of these implants to be osteogenic and to induce osseointegration of the implant outside bone envelopes will be demonstrated using two animal models.

SURFACE ENERGY

Nanostructures generate the correct energy on the surface of the implant and stimulate cellular activity.
Increased hydrophilia and cellular activity means more successful osseointegration. With efficient cell selection, bone develops not only on the surface of the existing bone, but on the surface of the implant. This contact osteogenesis is vital for successful osseointegration and is critical in compromised cases. This research describes the technology used to produce subperiosteal microtextured titanium implants by additive manufacturing with specific surface topography.
The ability of these implants to be osteogenic and to induce osseointegration of the implant outside bone envelopes will be demonstrated using two animal models.

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