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Custom Facial Implants after Orthognathic Surgery

  Orthognathic surgery produces significant facial skeletal changes and bite correction. For many patients who undergo orthognathic surgery that operation addresses all of their facial concerns and no further surgery is required. But by the nature of where and how the maxillary and mandibular osteotomies are done, contour irregularities along the jawline can occur as Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Posterior Fontanelle Skull Defect Reconstruction

  Background: Congenital skull defects occur in a wide variety of presentations. In essence it is any contour irregularity that results in a noticeable loss of contour projection. Most congenital skull defects are not full-thickness. Rather they are partial thickness with inadequate bine thickness compared to the surrounding bone. One of the smaller congenital skull Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Early Nasal Swelling After Rhinoplasty

  Background: Like all facial surgeries there is going to be swelling and bruising which will persist for a longer period of time after surgery than most people want.  This is certainly no less true for rhinoplasty surgery. But what differentiates nose reshaping surgery from all other facial procedures is the persistence of swelling, often Read More…

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