Facial Deformity and Surgical Procedures
OsteoMed, a world leader in medical innovation, is changing the face of surgery that changes faces.
It’s a sad fact of life that too many facial deformities and malocclusions are left untreated. Even if adjustments are attempted, most cases are managed inefficiently through multiple surgeries spanning years.
These poor practices have been a result of the limitations in surgical techniques and medical planning procedures. An inability to successfully adjust for potential problems or prevent compounding medical concerns has resulted in excessive costs, patient discomfort, root resorption, and irreversible periodontal injury.
Now, there’s good news for maxillofacial care providers.
OsteoMed and 3D Planning
OsteoMed’s digital planning service lets surgeons walk through all the possibilities of entire procedures with laser precision in a virtual 3D environment. With OsteoMed’s digital 3D planning service, it’s a whole new world.
Whether you want to simulate an osteotomy, look in-depth at bone movements, visualize occlusal planes, predict the repositioning of associated soft tissues, or even examine preoperative results side-by-side with simulated postoperative results, OsteoMed has the technology and expertise to guide you.
With the 3D Planning Service, you can reduce your patient’s risk. The greatly increased accuracy of your planning will help you identify, assess, and manage potential problems before your patient is even under anesthesia.
Using OsteoMed Digital Planning
The use of this innovative service doesn’t require extensive training, expensive software licenses, or specialized computer hardware. Rather, you’ll attend an online meeting with an OsteoMed specialist who will guide you through the planning process for each patient and each procedure.
At the end of a planning session, OsteoMed provides the surgeon with a comprehensive summary of their plan, as well as surgical splints that will provide accurate jaw positioning during surgery.
OsteoMed uses the most cutting edge 3D printing technologies to produce accurate splints in the blink of an eye. For even greater precision, the patients’ stone models are also scanned using a high-definition 3D camera, and superimposed over the CT scan – Providing a much more accurate tooth geometry.
With OsteoMed’s sophisticated digital planning services, surgeons can now achieve predictable outcomes in even the most difficult techniques with unparalleled convenience, support, affordability, and speed.