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The reconstruction of defects of the facial skeleton resulting from congenital faults, tumor removal, or trauma should provide function and form. Synthetic bone substitutes can be used in patients in which autologous bone graft or other operative techniques are contraindicated by the patient’s condition or would not achieve the expected result. The(More)
The removal of certain facial-bone defects is a prerequisite to restoration of function, stability, and appearance. Synthetic bone substitutes are beneficial in cases where other operative techniques would be an unacceptable burden for a patient. Satisfactory results can be achieved in one surgical intervention with low costs and low demand on technical(More)
The removal of certain deformities of facial bones is a prerequisite to a restoration of function, stability, and appearance. Synthetic bone substitutes are beneficial in cases where other operative technique would represent an inadequate burden for a patient. A result is achieved in one surgical intervention with low costs and low demands on technical(More)
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