3D Printing – Construction And Facial Surgery

3D Printing – Construction And Facial Surgery

At the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the Clinical University Hospital in Olsztyn, 3D printing technology helps in the daily practice of orthognathic surgeons. Over the last two years the hospital had approximately 300 hospitalized patients, more than half of which with cases of complex or isolated eye socket injuries. This modern technology is safer for patients thanks to shorter duration of surgery and more precise matching of implants. This, in turn, translates into a reduced risk of postoperative complications and a reduction in the cost of surgical procedures.

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