Molina Orbital-Malar Distractor

Midface distraction osteogenesis is a proven strategy for midface hypoplasia for many years. During this time KLS Martin has been fortunate to work with some of the top craniofacial experts in the development of simple to use, anatomically ideal distractor designs.

Designing 'internal' devices can be more challenging - as they must be oriented properly and fit to the patient easily during placement.

The Molina device is a straightforward design for midface distraction through an internal gear system.

A strong partner for complex applications

The system is simple yet flexible: A single Molina Orbital-Malar Distractor is sufficient for treating plagiocephalism. The use of two such distractors allows you to advance the entire midface. And frontofacial monobloc advancement is possible if four distractors are used simultaneously. 

Depending on distractor placement, a slight rotary movement can also be achieved, allowing excellent correction of more complex, multiple malpositions as well.    



 

 

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