... such as craniosynostosis and congenital deficiencies in which osteotomies and gradual bone distraction are required. The distractor should be removed when there is sufficient bone consolidation at the osteotomy.
LEFORTE SYSTEM II Plating system for Oral-maxillofacial surgery The LeForte System is a titanium bone plating system to stabilize bone fractures or osteotomies on cranial, oral, maxillofacial sites in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Plastic ...
... Distraction System is an intraoral bone distractor. It features various curved and straight bars activated with a threaded wire that has screw holes that are fixed to bone via 1.2mm bone screws. The distractor ...
... Distraction System is an intraoral bone distractor. It features various curved and straight bars activated with a threaded wire that has screw holes that are fixed to bone via 1.6mm or 2.0mm bone screws. The distractor ...
The OsteoMed Spectrum Maxillary Distraction System is a distraction osteogenesis system consisting of distractor frame, bone plates, threaded rods, and an activation instrument. The plates attach to bone using bone screws ...
... deformities with an internal distractor.1 DePuy Synthes now offers two size curvilinear distractors; 1.3 mm for patients 4 years of age and younger and 2.0 mm for patients more than 1 year old. Features ...
Multi-Guide IIMandibular DistractorA multi-vector external distraction device.
Plates for adjustment on the site Wide range of models One or two-dimensional adjustment, depending on the plates Various titanium grades Direct adjustment of the occlusal plane without dismantling the equipment
The LactoSorb Distraction Device offers an alternative to titanium distractions for patients up to 2 years of age. Featuring resorbable plating and a flexible drive-screw extension, the LactoSorb Distraction Device offers surgeons and ...
Instruments - GENERAL INSTRUMENTS Distracter/Large
Specification:Maxilla use; distraction length: 25mm; left;
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