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Distraction Osteogenesis

Distraction osteogenesis is a way to make a longer bone out of a shorter one. After a bone is cut during surgery, a device called a Distractor, pulls the two pieces of bone apart slowly. The slow stretching apart of bone is not painful. New bone grows (osteogenesis) to fill the gap. Distraction osteogenesis allows for bigger corrections in bone position than is possible in a single traditional surgery. This improves the results and may reduce the amount of surgery person needs over their lifetime.

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Innovative Treatment Approach:

Distraction osteogenesis involves the gradual, controlled stretching of bone segments to stimulate new bone growth. Unlike traditional methods, which may require extensive surgeries or invasive procedures, this technique offers a minimally invasive solution with remarkable results.


Customized Care Plans:

Each patient's journey with distraction osteogenesis is unique. maxillofacial surgery specialists meticulously design personalized treatment plans tailored to individual needs, ensuring optimal outcomes and patient satisfaction.


Diverse Applications:

Distraction osteogenesis is not limited to a specific maxillofacial surgery condition. Its versatility allows for the correction of various skeletal abnormalities and correction of craniofacial deformities.


Enhanced Recovery and Functionality:

By harnessing the body's natural healing mechanisms, distraction osteogenesis promotes the formation of new bone tissue in a gradual and controlled manner. This approach not only facilitates recovery but also enhances functionality, allowing patients to regain mobility, symmetry, and confidence.


Collaborative Care Teams:

Successful distraction osteogenesis requires a multidisciplinary approach, with Maxillofacial Surgeons, orthodontists, and other healthcare professionals working in tandem to provide comprehensive care. This collaborative effort ensures seamless coordination throughout the treatment process, from initial evaluation to post-operative rehabilitation.