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2.0MM 110° L-type Locking Plate Maxillofacial Plate

  • 2220-0112



Product Description


Name REF Description
2.0mm 110° L-type Locking Plate (Thickness:1.0mm) 2220-0112 4 holes L 21mm
2220-0113 4 holes R 21mm
2220-0114 7 holes L 35mm
2220-0115 7 holes R 35mm

Features & Benefits:

• connect rod part of plate has line etching in every 1mm, easy moulding.

• different product with different color, convenient for clinician operation

Matching screw:

  • φ2.0mm self-drilling screw

  • φ2.0mm self-tapping screw

Surgical operation steps

  • The doctor discusses the operation plan with the patient, carries out the operation after the patient agrees, carries out the orthodontic treatment according to the plan, eliminates the interference of the teeth, and enables the operation to smoothly move the cut bone segment to the designed correction position.

  • According to the specific situation of orthognathic treatment, evaluate and guess the surgical plan, and adjust it if necessary.

  • Preoperative preparation was performed for the patients, and further analysis was made on the surgical plan, expected effect and possible problems.

  • The patient underwent orthognathic surgery.


Maxillofacial Plate: Everything You Need to Know

If you have ever had a broken jaw, you may have needed a maxillofacial plate. This medical device is used to hold the broken bone in place while it heals. But what exactly is a maxillofacial plate? How does it work? And what are the different types available? In this article, we will answer all these questions and more.

What is a Maxillofacial Plate?

A maxillofacial plate is a metal or plastic plate that is surgically placed on the jawbone to hold it in position. It is used to treat fractures or breaks of the jawbone, or to hold bone grafts or implants in place. The plate is fixed to the bone using screws, which are also made of metal or plastic.

How Does a Maxillofacial Plate Work?

When a bone is fractured, it needs to be immobilized to allow it to heal properly. This is usually done by placing a cast or splint on the affected area. However, the jawbone is a unique case, as it constantly moves due to activities such as eating, speaking, and yawning. A maxillofacial plate provides the necessary stability to allow the bone to heal, while also allowing the patient to continue to use their jaw.

Types of Maxillofacial Plates

There are two main types of maxillofacial plates: metal and plastic. Metal plates are the most common and are usually made of titanium or stainless steel. They are strong and durable, and can withstand the forces placed on them by the jaw. Plastic plates, on the other hand, are made of a type of polymer and are less commonly used. They are more flexible than metal plates, but may not be as strong.

Surgical Procedure

The surgical procedure to insert a maxillofacial plate is usually done under general anesthesia. The surgeon will make an incision in the gum tissue to expose the broken bone. The plate is then placed on the bone and secured with screws. The incision is then closed with stitches. The patient will usually need to stay in the hospital for a few days to recover from the procedure.


After the surgery, the patient will need to follow a strict diet of soft foods for a few weeks to allow the jaw to heal. They may also need to take pain medication and antibiotics to prevent infection. The surgeon will schedule follow-up appointments to check on the healing progress and to remove the plate once the bone has fully healed.


As with any surgery, there is a risk of complications with maxillofacial plate surgery. These can include infection, bleeding, and damage to surrounding nerves and blood vessels. There is also a risk of the plate becoming loose or breaking, which may require further surgery.


A maxillofacial plate is an important medical device used to treat fractures and breaks of the jawbone. It provides stability and support to allow the bone to heal while still allowing the patient to use their jaw. There are different types of plates available, including metal and plastic, and the surgical procedure is usually done under general anesthesia. Complications can occur, but they are rare.


How long does it take for a maxillofacial plate to heal?

  • It can take several weeks to several months for the bone to fully heal.

Can the plate be removed once the bone has healed?

  • Yes, the plate can be removed once the bone has fully healed.

How long will I need to stay in the hospital after the surgery?

  • You will usually need to stay in the hospital for a few days to recover from the surgery.

Is maxillofacial plate surgery painful?

  • The surgery is done under general anesthesia, so you will not feel any pain during the procedure. After the surgery, you may experience some pain, but your doctor will prescribe pain medication to help manage it.

Are there any alternatives to using a maxillofacial plate for treating a broken jaw?

  • Yes, there are alternatives such as wiring the jaw shut, using a splint, or using external fixation. Your doctor will determine the best treatment option based on the severity and location of the fracture.

How long does it take to recover after maxillofacial plate surgery?

  • The recovery time can vary depending on the individual and the extent of the injury. Generally, it takes a few weeks to a few months for the bone to fully heal and for the patient to resume normal activities.

In conclusion, a maxillofacial plate is an effective and commonly used medical device for treating fractures and breaks of the jawbone. It provides stability and support to allow the bone to heal while still allowing the patient to use their jaw. Although there are risks associated with the surgery, they are rare, and the procedure is generally safe and effective. If you have a broken jaw or are in need of a bone graft or implant, talk to your doctor to determine if a maxillofacial plate is the right treatment option for you.


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