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Custom Skull Implants and The Scalp Incisions Needed To Place Them

Augmenting depressed contours of the skull can be done by a variety of materials. When placing any skull augmentation material the two key elements of importance are assurance of the desired contour and a limited scalp incisional scar to do so. It is important to differentiate reconstructive skull thickness restoration from aesthetic skull contouring. The Read More…

Earlobe Setback Techniques in Otoplasty

Correction of prominent ears by a setback otoplasty, whether in children or adults, is a highly rewarding procedure for most patients. Numerous techniques have been described in how to reliably and permanently setback the cartilage of the protruding ear. None of these technique have proven to be absolutely superior over the others, indicating that any Read More…

Comparison of Standard Medpor vs Custom PEEK Jaw Angle Implants

While the chin has been a focus of lower facial reshaping for over half a century, it really only represents 1/3 of the total jaw surface area. While its surface area involvement is relatively small it has greater aesthetic significance to the face than the amount of bone area that it occupies due to its Read More…

OR Snapshots – Stacked Chin Implants

Chin implants are the most common form of chin augmentation surgery and are effective for mild to moderate horizontal deficiencies. But in more significant horizontal chin deficiencies the selected size may still be inadequate. Or the patient may decide later once all the swelling has gone down that they really want a larger implant size. Read More…

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