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Craniotomy Gap Wedge

Craniotomy Gap Wedge are implants designed to fit into the gap along a bone flap that is often left following a craniotomy. The top of the implant is shaped to extend over both sides of the gap and also allows for curvature. Each sterile package contains two implants.

Burr Hole Covers – NEW

Designed to fill and cover holes made by a cranial perforator, our low-profile Burr
Hole Covers are available in two styles. The stems of the cover allow for easy size
modifications. The superior flange covers gaps between the cranial hole and the bone

Sellar Buttress Implant (SBI)

Used in repairing the floor of the sella turcica, the Sellar Buttress Implant (SBITM) is available in two sizes and configurations. The small SBI comes with a single, protruding tab to facilitate handling and placement while the large SBI has three tabs to give the surgeon the flexibility to modify the implant without sacrificing any handling characteristics.

BENDBLOCK Cranial Grid Implant

The BENDBLOCKTM Cranial Grid Implant is designed to fill full thickness cranial defects. The inferior surface’s waffle-pattern design provides strength and flexibility, while allowing the implant to be easily cut and shaped as needed. The implant’s shape mimics the contour of the cranium, with further tailoring available by soaking the implant in a hot, sterile saline bath for several minutes to relax the memory, and upon removal from the bath, bending it to assume a revised shape while it cools.

Cranial Hemisphere

The OMNIPORE Cranial Hemisphere is designed to be used for large cranial defects, providing surgeons with an off-the-shelf alternative to customized implants as well as complex grafts or other implant materials. The Cranial Hemisphere approximates the contour of a half cranium and can be trimmed with a blade to fit the defect. The edges can be delicately shaped and feathered using surgical scissors or a blade for a smooth transition between the implant and the patient’s cranium. To fixate the implant, use sutures, surgical wire or craniofacial rigid fixation plates and screws.