GLACE™

The ultimate design of skull implants

GLACE™ products are typically used in the reconstruction of cranial bone defects, such as in post-traumatic surgery of following a tumor resection, an infected craniotomy bone flap or a neurosurgical operation. They are also ideal for surgical bone reconstructions of the cranial and maxilofacial regions, including the orbital floor.

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GLACE™ Implants

The unique fiberglass sandwich design of GLACE™ implants takes skull-bone reconstruction to a new level.

The structure and chemical composition of GLACE™ custom-made, patient specific craniomaxillofacial Implants have been uniquely customized to mimic the functions of real bone.

Advantages

Bacteriostatic

On average, a third of all implants installed in the cranial region become infected. Bioactive glass promotes the growth of new bone and has been clinically proven to create a bacteriostatic environment around the implant. As a result, with GLACE™ Implants, the risk of infection is minimal.

Sandwich structure

The unique composite structure of GLACE™ allows instant absorption of body fluids into the implant, so new bone formation begins at the surgery. The tissue compatibility of GLACE™ Implants helps ensure clinical success, with the implant setting firmly as part of the patient’s skull.

Easy installation

Instead of being placed in the bone defect, GLACE™ Implants are installed on top of the patient’s bone margin using self-drilling titanium screws. The higher installation tolerance translates into easier and more successful surgeries.

Imagined for imaging

The raw materials of GLACE™ Implants are non-metallic and specially produced for Skulle Implants Corporation. This ensures that they do not interfere with MRI results or radiotherapy.

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Instead of being placed in the bone defect, GLACE™ Implants are installed on top of the patient’s bone margin using self-drilling titanium screws.

After title

Instead of being placed in the bone defect GLACE™ Implants are installed on top of the patient’s bone margin using self-drilling titanium screws. The higher installation tolerance translates into easier and more successful surgeries.

It is quite clear that this type of implant is well ahead of the rest in craniofacial surgery

Pekka Vallittu, professor, University of Turku, Finland

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