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Customized Plate

Patient-specific maxillofacial plates are custom-made implants that fit the unique anatomy of a patient’s face. They’re typically 3D-printed using medical-grade materials and offer an accurate and efficient solution for reconstructing maxillofacial defects or fractures. Their use can lead to improved surgical outcomes, reduced surgical times, and potentially fewer complications compared to traditional, off-the-shelf implants.

Product Overview

Product Overview

Patient-specific plates have been shown to provide superior clinical outcomes compared to traditional implants in terms of fit, strength, and stability. They also offer the advantage of reducing the need for intraoperative customization, minimizing surgical time and reducing the potential for errors.

customized plates represent a significant advancement in maxillofacial reconstructive surgery, allowing for more personalized and effective treatment of complex facial injuries and defects.


Step 1

Medical Imaging

CT-Scan and Oral Scan will be used to reconstruct an accurate 3D model of the patient.

Step 2

Prosthesis Design

Our team of clinical engineers will design the prosthesis based on the patient's anatomy

Step 3


After receiving surgeon's approval, prosthesis will be 3D printed out of titanium

Step 4


Sterilized prosthesis accompanied by a 3D printed model will be delivered to the surgeon and a representative will be present in the OR upon request


The surgeon may choose from the available list of features depending on their treatment plan and clinical patient assessment.

Patient-specific maxillofacial plates are designed according to the patient’s anatomy and surgical plan. This eliminates the need for multiple plates during surgery and allows for the use of a single plate that does not require contouring during the procedure.

the selection of surface finish for patient-specific maxillofacial plates depends on the treatment plan and personal preference. This can involve different degrees of surface roughness, ranging from sandblasting to highly polished finishes, as well as additional treatments like anodizing for color-coding or other purposes. Ultimately, the goal is to select a surface finish that optimizes the plate’s performance and enhances its compatibility with the patient’s unique anatomy.

As the plate is designed based on the patient’s unique anatomy, facial symmetry restoration is an inherent feature of these prostheses.

Patient-specific plates are typically utilized in complex surgical procedures where high levels of accuracy and precision are required. To achieve this, a matching patient-specific surgical guide is usually provided to ensure that the cutting lines align with the preoperative plan and to serve as a drill guide.


The surgeon may choose from the available list of features depending on their treatment plan and clinical patient assessment.


One of the primary advantages is that they are custom-made to fit the unique anatomy of the patient’s face, which can improve the accuracy and precision of the implant placement. This can lead to better surgical outcomes, reduced surgical times, and potentially fewer complications.

Another benefit is that patient-specific plates can be designed to optimize the biomechanics of the implant and minimize stress concentrations, which can improve the long-term durability of the implant. Additionally, since patient-specific plates are typically 3D-printed using medical-grade materials, they can be designed with complex shapes and features that may not be possible with traditional manufacturing methods.

Furthermore, the use of patient-specific plates can reduce the need for intraoperative adjustments, which can save time and reduce the risk of errors. It can also help to streamline the surgical process and reduce the amount of time the patient needs to spend under anesthesia.

Cases report

Cases report

Our case reports highlight successful outcomes achieved through our custom-made implants. They showcase the effectiveness of our treatment plans and the expertise of our team in creating tailored solutions for each patient.

By reviewing these reports, you can gain a better understanding of the level of care and precision that we bring to every aspect of our work with patient specific implants.