Design Y Facial Reconstruction and Cosmetic Implants
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Design Y™ Mandible Onlays*

Designed in conjunction with Michael J. Yaremchuk, M.D.
Design Y Mandible Onlays benefit patients who have skeleton mandibular deficiencies or surgically altered anatomy. Implant design provides the opportunity for augmentation of ramus height and ramus width. It also provides the opportunity to alter the inclination of the mandibular plane and restore continuity of the mandibular border. The registration tab allows for ideal and symmetric placement. Three sizes with left and right orientation allow the surgeon to meet the requirements of each patient.

Design Y™ Chins*

Designed in conjunction with Michael J. Yaremchuk, M.D.
Design Y Chin implants come as a three-part assembly – right and left halves joined by a connecting tab – which allows for easier insertion. Two styles (round and square) are offered in a range of sizes to address patient needs. The Design Y Chin implants are uniquely designed with registration tabs which act as a flange to allow the implant to “hug” the inferior border of the mandible. Together with the connecting tab, the registration tabs allow for precise, symmetric augmentation of the chin complex. Implants can be easily trimmed and contoured to meet size requirements.
 

Design Y™ Malars*

Designed in conjunction with Michael J. Yaremchuk, M.D.
Design Y Malars are used to reproduce normal contours of the facial skeleton. The Design Y Malar implants are uniquely designed with registration tabs which allow ideal and symmetric placement. Implants augment the projection of the malar prominence and extend from the infraorbital foramen, medially, to the zygomatico-temporal suture, laterally. They can be easily trimmed and contoured with a scalpel to meet specific patient requirements. Malars are available in a variety of sizes to minimize the need for alteration.
 

Design Y™Inferior Orbital Rims*

Designed in conjunction with Michael J. Yaremchuk, M.D.
The Inferior Orbital Rim Implant can provide anterior projection and may be trimmed to the specific needs of the patient. A small flange assists with positioning of the implant on the most anterior aspect of the orbital floor. Screw fixation to the underlying skeleton is possible.
 
* U.S. Patent applications 13/532,283 and 12/342,762