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A corrective osteotomy is a difficult surgery because of the complex bone geometry, the limited visibility and restricted workspace and the high technical requirements for a satisfying correction.

To tackle this challenging situation, we propose a custom-made surgical resection guide coupled with an advanced 3D planning of your surgery. This patient-specific guide delivers a precise and accurate bone resection.

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  • 3D Accuracy
  • Custom-made correction
  • Reduced time in the OR
  • Minimal surgical incision
  • Less fluoroscopy
  • Easy fixation
  • Fast design & delivery
  • Sterilizable bone models
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How it works

  • Start now : send your images using the red button “Start now!”
  • Pre-op planning: Cutting trajectories are planned according to your needs.
  • Instrument : A surgical guide, specifically designed for this patient, is proposed to fit with the surgical situation. This surgical guide and anatomical model(s) are manufactured by high technology 3D-printing.
  • Sterilise and use it: You use the instrument and the anatomical model(s) in the operating room.

Corrective osteotomy : realignement of bones

When bones are misaligned a corrective osteotomy can be performed, restoring the correct alignment and good functioning of the articulation. For this surgery complex corrections of different angles in different planes can be required.

A surgical guide helps the surgeon to resect the required piece of bone with a very high precision and accuracy.

For certain surgeries 3D-Side provides a supplementary fixator guide, which guarantees the correct final position and alignment of the resected bones.

Corrective osteotomy : synostosis

When bones are fused together, a corrective osteotomy can be performed, restoring the good functioning of the articulation.

This synostosis surgery requires high precision in order to separate the bones to the appropriate depth on the one hand, and to maintain the healthy articulation on the other hand.

A surgical guide helps the surgeon to resect coalescent bones. It controls the shape of the resection (depth, length and thickness) with a high precision and accuracy.

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