Since many matters related to maxillofacial surgery are commonly misunderstood we want to go over the basics of rigid fixation surgery so patients get a good idea of what is involved about rigid fixation surgery. Summary although rigid fixation is not a new concept in the treatment of fractures in oral and maxillofacial surgery it has recently gained renewed interest advocates have stressed patients comfort as well as enhanced bone healing among the advantages of this kind of treatment. Semirigid fixation of mandible and maxilla in orthognathic surgery reports in the literature suggest that such biomodels may have a use in maxillofacial surgery craniofacial surgery . Rigid fixation another relatively recent development in oral and maxillofacial surgery is rigid fixation to stabilize facial fractures and to correct mandibular and maxillary deformities because a cast cannot be placed on the face dental surgeons can use two basic techniques to stabilize the bones and allow for correct healing. Rigid internal fixation in oral surgery 1 rigid internal fixation made by roshalmaria thomas iv year 2 what is fixation fixation in orthopedics is the process by which an injury is rendered immobile
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