Craniofacial Surgery and Facial Malformations

Treatment of congenital malformations of the face and jaws and syndromes with facial involvement using minimally invasive techniques and 3D planning of interventions. One of these techniques is the osteogenic distraction that allows to correct the anatomy of the bones of the face in a progressive way allowing an adaptation of the soft tissues and avoiding the need for more invasive techniques.

 

 
Virtual 3D planning of the operations allows more precise results, less surgical time, fewer complications and better postoperative recovery. This is especially important in highly complex surgeries such as craniofacial surgery. 

 

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Here you have the story of Mamadou, a 15-year-old Senegalese boy who could not open his mouth because of a malformation that linked his jaw to his skull, causing him severe difficulties in eating and talking.

CONTACT


INSTITUT PEDIÀTRIC SANT JOAN DE DÉU

Passeig de Sant Joan de Déu, 2, 08950 Esplugues de Llobregat, Barcelona, España

Tel. 93 600 97 83  Fax. 93 600 97 84

institutpediatric@hsjdbcn.org

 

 


GNATION Centro de Cirugía Maxilofacial

Casanova 101, pral. 1ª

08011 - Barcelona

Tel. +34 93 453 79 65 Fax +34 93 451 44 80

info@joseprubio.com