Experience with cranial implant-based prosthetic reconstruction.

  title={Experience with cranial implant-based prosthetic reconstruction.},
  author={Brett A. Miles and Douglas P Sinn and Gregory G. Gion},
  journal={The Journal of craniofacial surgery},
  volume={17 5},
Reconstruction of acquired or congenitally absent facial structures is a challenging task for the reconstructive surgeon. Often inadequate soft tissue, cartilaginous, or osseous support exists for a reconstruction which is functional, aesthetic, and achieved with a reasonable effort on the part of the surgeon and patient. Prosthetic reconstruction of these structures utilizing cranial implants is a viable option which offers several advantages when compared to traditional reconstructive… CONTINUE READING


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