Design and reconstruction of general bone defects with the aid of patient-specific implants.
It is a reconstruction of the general bone-loss defects in any part of the patient’s skeleton. Each defect is corrected with the aid of an individual reconstructive implant made of PEEK or titanium. This implant is fixed to the neighbouring bones by fixing splints and locking-head screws. Accuracy of the surgery is supported with plastic or titanium cutting and fixing guides. The entire reconstruction, including the implant and the fixing solution, is designed to exactly meet the needs of a particular patient based on 3D image data obtained by CT examination.