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Surgical Technique in Parietal Eminence Skull Reduction

The skull is typically thought of as a single unified smooth surface throughout its entirety. But the reality is that it is common of 12 different bones that come together and grow to create the overall skull shape. One of these is the parietal bone which is located behind the frontal bone and above the Read More…

Three-Dimensional Implant Reconstruction of the Cranial Vault Book Chapter

In the new textbook OPERATIVE TECHNIQUES IN CRANIOFACIAL SURGERY I wrote a chapter on skull reconstruction entitled ‘Three- Dimensional Implant Reconstruction of the Cranial Vault’. In this chapter I describe my experience of over 25 years of designing and placing computer-generated skull implants for a wide variety of  defects. The use of a computer design Read More…

Technical Strategies – Frontal Hairline Placement of Temporal Implants

Temporal implants offers a permanent solution to hollowing or excessive concavity by the side of the eye. (non-hair bearing temporal region) Placed in a subfascial location they offer a safe plane of dissection and placement with no risk of neurovascular injury. Their typical placement in through a small vertical scalp incision behind the temporal hairline. Read More…

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