Patient-specific surgical guides for orthognathic surgery are customized devices that are created using 3D imaging and computer-aided design (CAD) technology. They are used to aid in the planning and execution of orthognathic surgery, which is used to correct jaw and facial deformities. The guides are designed to fit the specific anatomy of the patient, and can be used to accurately position the jaws in the desired position prior to surgery, which can help to improve the accuracy of the procedure and reduce the risk of complications. They can also be used during the surgery to ensure that the jaws are repositioned correctly.
manufacturing and composition
Composition of Ortho Baltic patient-specific guides for orthognathic surgery package
From 2012 we have invested in additive manufacturing technologies and expanded our made-to-order services to the design and production of patient-speciﬁc joints, cranial and spinal implants, bone plating systems, dental & jaw restoration implants and patient-speciﬁc surgical guides.