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Minimally Interlink Titanium Mesh

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CZMEDITECH Temporal Fossa Interlink Plate is an anatomic, ready-to-use solution for the reconstruction of cranial defects.


  • Off-the-shelf, ready-to-use sterile implants

  • Anatomic shapes based on scientific study and clinical data1

  • Contoured to reduce bending & procedure time2

  • Economic solution with aesthetic results


Comprehensive selection for repairing cranial defects.


  • Temporal (left/right)

  • Frontotemporal (left/right)

  • Frontal

  • Universal


Anatomically Shaped


Based on a study of 80 patients clinical CT data a statistical mean of anatomical cranial features was established to determine the specific contours of the mesh implants1.


CZMEDITECH CMF then identified common locations and sizes of cranial defects based on our experience with developing cranial implants.


By combining these study results, Temporal Fossa Interlink Plate anatomically-shaped, rigid implants were created using a proprietary process designed to create smooth contours without bending or kinking.


Temporal Fossa Interlink Plate implants, ready to use with medium to large cranial defects for your cranial reconstruction needs.

Features & Benefits


Temporal Fossa Interlink Plate is an anatomic, ready-to-use solution for the reconstruction of cranial defects.


  • Off-the-shelf, ready-to-use sterile implants

  • Anatomic shapes based on scientific study and clinical data

  • Contoured to reduce bending & procedure time

  • Economic solution with aesthetic results

Specification

Minimally Invaisive Titanium Mesh (Thickness:0.6mm)3000-013030*30mm


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Maxillofacial Minimally Interlink Plate: A Revolutionary Technique in Jaw Surgery

The use of plates and screws has become an integral part of maxillofacial surgery, especially in cases of fractures and deformities of the jaw. Conventionally, these plates were bulky and required a considerable amount of space to fit in. However, with the advent of the Maxillofacial Minimally Interlink Plate (MMI), jaw surgery has undergone a revolutionary change. In this article, we will explore the various aspects of the MMI, including its structure, advantages, disadvantages, and clinical applications.

Introduction

The Maxillofacial Minimally Interlink Plate (MMI) is a relatively new innovation in maxillofacial surgery that has the potential to revolutionize the way we treat jaw fractures and deformities. Unlike traditional plates, which require a considerable amount of space to fit in, the MMI is designed to be compact and easy to install. The device is made up of a series of interlocking segments, which can be assembled and customized to fit the specific needs of each patient.

Structure of MMI

The MMI is made up of a series of interconnected segments that can be adjusted and customized to fit the specific needs of each patient. Each segment is made up of two main components: a locking mechanism and a connecting rod. The locking mechanism consists of a small ball that fits into a socket on the adjacent segment. When the ball is pressed into the socket, it creates a secure, stable connection between the two segments. The connecting rod serves as a bridge between the segments, providing stability and support to the fractured or deformed jaw.

Advantages of MMI

The MMI offers several advantages over traditional plates, including:

  • Compact Design: The MMI is designed to be compact and easy to install, making it an ideal choice for patients with limited space in their jaw.

  • Customizable: The interlocking segments of the MMI can be adjusted and customized to fit the specific needs of each patient, providing a more personalized approach to treatment.

  • Stable: The interlocking segments of the MMI create a stable, secure connection that helps to prevent movement and displacement of the fractured or deformed jaw.

  • Minimally Invasive: The MMI can be installed using minimally invasive techniques, which means less trauma and faster recovery times for the patient.

Disadvantages of MMI

While the MMI offers several advantages, it also has some potential disadvantages, including:

  • Limited Range of Motion: The interlocking segments of the MMI may limit the range of motion of the jaw, which could be a concern for some patients.

  • Difficulty with Removal: The interlocking segments of the MMI can be difficult to remove, which could be a concern if the device needs to be removed at a later date.

Clinical Applications of MMI

The MMI is a versatile device that can be used in a variety of clinical applications, including:

  • Jaw Fractures: The MMI can be used to treat jaw fractures, providing stability and support to the fractured bone.

  • Deformities: The MMI can also be used to treat jaw deformities, such as an overbite or underbite.

  • Orthognathic Surgery: The MMI can be used in conjunction with orthognathic surgery to correct more complex jaw deformities.

Conclusion

The Maxillofacial Minimally Interlink Plate (MMI) is a revolutionary new device in maxillofacial surgery that has the potential to change the way we treat jaw fractures and deformities. The MMI offers several advantages over traditional plates, including a compact design, customizability, stability, and minimally invasive installation. However, the device also has some potential disadvantages, such as a limited range of motion and difficulty with removal. Despite these potential drawbacks, the MMI has a wide range of clinical applications and can be used to treat a variety of jaw fractures and deformities.

FAQs

  1. How does the MMI differ from traditional plates used in maxillofacial surgery?

  • The MMI is designed to be compact and customizable, while traditional plates are typically bulkier and less customizable.

  1. Is the installation of the MMI a minimally invasive procedure?

  • Yes, the installation of the MMI can be performed using minimally invasive techniques, which can lead to faster recovery times for the patient.

  1. Are there any potential complications associated with the use of the MMI?

  • While the MMI has several advantages, there are also potential drawbacks, such as a limited range of motion and difficulty with removal.

  1. Can the MMI be used to treat complex jaw deformities?

  • Yes, the MMI can be used in conjunction with orthognathic surgery to correct more complex jaw deformities.

  1. How long does it take to install the MMI?

  • The installation of the MMI can typically be completed within a few hours, depending on the specific needs of each patient.



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