When it comes to revision and reconstruction of the jaw and palate one option thats quite effective is rigid fixation surgery since many matters related to maxillofacial surgery are commonly misunderstood we want to go over the basics of rigid fixation surgery so patients get a good idea of what is involved about rigid fixation surgery. The surgical treatment of craniomaxillofacial trauma involves the restoration of both form and function via a complex interplay between the facial bony skeleton and its soft tissue envelope however it was not until the introduction of open reduction and internal rigid fixation techniques for the . Rigid fixation is a more invasive procedure than other jaw surgery methods if it wont produce better results or deliver faster more stable healing it might not be the right choice for you you can depend on northeast oral maxillofacial surgery to accurately assess the benefits and drawbacks of rigid fixation. This article reviews the basic tenets of rigid fixation and points out where systems are similar or diverge advantages and disadvantages of each system are covered oral suig oral med oral pathol 19886513 8 t here has been a recent proliferation of literature regarding the use of rigid fixation in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Rigid fixation another relatively recent development in oral and maxillofacial surgery is rigid fixation to stabilize facial fractures and to correct mandibular and maxillary deformities because a cast cannot be placed on the face dental surgeons can use two basic techniques to stabilize the bones and allow for correct healing
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