Summary. The article analyzes the surgical treatment of fractures and deformations of visceral cranium bones in comparative groups, by the use of resorptive bioactive polymer and titanium bone plates completed with screws as fixation osteosynthesis devices. In early and distant (relative osteosynthesis) terms, positive clinical study results have been obtained, which is indicative of the effectiveness and promising nature of the resorptive polymer mini plates use in the surgical treatment of fractures and deformations of the facial cranium. Due to a
correct treatment planning and a biomechanically substantiated use of plates, 98% of the patients with polymer fixation devices have been fully rehabilitated. The use of the proposed plates for osteosynthesis helps prevent a number of complications in the postoperative period and permits avoiding a second operation for fixing device removal.
- bioactive resorptive plates and osteosynthesis screws
- facial cranium bone deformations
- fractures of facial cranium bones
- polymer osteosynthesis