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The insights which the Russian surgeon Gavril Ilizarov gained rather accidentally in the 1950s are standard knowledge today – clinical practice would be unthinkable without it. More still: In many cases, distraction osteogenesis now represents the method of choice. With numerous innovative and revolutionary distraction systems, KLS Martin has made a major contribution to establishing this technique in craniomaxillofacial surgery for use in operating rooms all over the world. There is hardly any craniomaxillofacial problem to which we have not responded by designing a special distractor to solve it.

But we go beyond that: with new, innovative product details, we're helping to improve patient comfort, clinical safety, and enable users to master even the most complex challenges.

CMF surgery - Distractors

Our distractors

Cranium

Arnaud / Marchac Distraction System

Devices for use in correction of craniofacial malformations

Indicators:

The Arnaud/Marchac Distraction System is intended for internal distraction when treating craniofacial dysplasia, especially craniofacial synostoses. It is used for patients requiring facial advancement (Le Fort III) or frontofacial (monobloc) advancement.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 20 mm, 30 mm / 25 mm, 35 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.3 mm / 0.5 mm / 0.6 mm
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm / 2.0 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Hooks fitted to the osteosynthesis plates distribute distraction force to the bone 
  • Flexible activator concept
     

Kawamoto-Distractors

Devices for use in correction of craniofacial malformations

Indicators:

The Kawamoto Midface Distractor is intended for internal distraction when treating craniofacial dysplasia, especially craniofacial synostoses. It is used for patients requiring facial advancement (Le Fort III) or frontofacial (monobloc) advancement.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 30 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws
     

Benefits:

  • Available in 3 different versions for a perfect fit to every patient´s anatomy
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side
  • Swivel joint footplate  allows compensation of any occurring forces when the force vector changes
  • Flexible activator concept

 

"Posterior Cranial Vault"-Distractors 

Devices for use in correction of craniofacial malformations

Indicators:

The Cranial Vault Distractor is used for treating cranial malformations such as syndromic craniosynostosis and congenital deficiencies.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 30 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.3mm / 0.5 mm
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws
     

Benefits:

  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side
  • Anti-relapse ratchet prevents backward rotation
  • Hooks fitted to the osteosynthesis plates distribute distraction force to the bone
  • Flexible activator concept

 

Midface

"Zurich Pediatric Maxillary"-Distractors

Devices for use in correction of craniomaxillofacial malformations

Indicators:

The Zurich Maxillary Distractor is suitable for distracting the maxilla of infants and young adults in cases of congenital or acquired malformation, deficits and hypoplasia.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 15 mm, 20 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws
     

Benefits:

  • Available in different activator designs

"Adjustable Maxillary"-Distractors

Devices for use in correction of craniomaxillofacial malformations

Indicators:

The Adjustable Maxillary Distractor is used for internal distraction of the maxilla, especially for 

  • patients with maxillary malformation (dysplasia), in particular retrognathia (maxillary retrusion) or hypoplasia (three-dimensional underdevelopment)
  • cleft palate patients requiring maxillary advancement
     

Features:  

  • Distraction length: 10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws
  • Vertical adjusting arm lengths: 16, 20, 24 mm
  • Malar osteosynthesis plate: 2-hole (short), 3-hole (short), 2-hole (long)
     

Benefits:

  • Malar buttress plate available in 3 different versions for a perfect fit to every patient´s anatomy
  • Distraction vector can be adjusted during the distraction process
  • Distractor can be fixed to acrylic splint, to metal splint or to bone
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept
     

"Maxillary Telescpopic"-Distractors

Devices for use in correction of craniomaxillofacial malformations

Indicators:

Der "Maxillary Telescopic"-Distraktor ist für die Distraktion der Maxilla geeignet, wo graduelle Knochenverlängerung notwendig ist, insbesondere in Folge von angeborenen und erworbenen Fehlbildungen, Defiziten und Hypoplasien.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 20 mm, 30 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.3 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws
     

Benefits:

  • The design allows maximum distraction length with minimum initial space requirements, as the distractor achieves its full extent only at the end of the distraction phase 
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept
     

TS-MD-Distractors

Devices for use in correction of craniomaxillofacial malformations

Indicators:

  • Treatment of moderate to severe maxillary and midfacial defi-ciency in cleft lip & palate patients
  • Treatment of patients with class III dentofacial malocclusion at a much younger age (from 6 to 8 years)
  • Treatment of maxillary hypoplasia with anterior open bite 
  • Correction of maxillary retrusion prior to the orthodontic treat-ment in class III malocclusion cases
     

Features:

  • Distraction length: 20 mm, 25 mm, 30 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws
     

Benefits:

  • The TS-MD distractor utilizes the maxillary sinus as space for the distraction spindle. The anatomy of the maxillary sinus causes no limitation in the choice of the vector of distraction, which is indicated by the position of the distraction spindle
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side

 

Liou Cleft Distractors

Devices for use in correction of craniomaxillofacial malformations

Indicators:

The Liou Cleft Transport Distractor is intended for horizontal transport distraction of the maxillary alveolar ridge. The distractor enables segments to be transported unidirectionally for reconstruction of continuity defects, especially in the following cases: 

  • congenital alveolar clefts in cleft patients 
  • defects caused by removal of congenital or acquired alveolar crest fistulas and cysts 
  • congenital or acquired alveolar ridge deficiencies/defects
     

Features:

  • Distraction length: 20 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.3 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws
     

Benefits:

  • Possibility of extramucosal placement due to long plates

TRACK-Distractors

Devices for distraction of the alveolar ridge

Indicators:

  • Partial defects of the mandibular and maxillar alveolar crest
  • Periodontal diseases with severe localized bone loss
  • Localized atrophy of the alveolar crest
     

Features:

  • Distraction length: 9 mm, 10 mm, 12 mm, 15 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.3 mm, 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.0 mm / 1.5 mm Screws
     

Benefits:

  • Available in different designs to treat all kind of alveolar defects 
  • Vector stabilizing plate to prevent tilting of the distractor body

Rotterdam Palatal Distractors (RPD)

Devices for transverse palatinal distraction 

Indicators:

  • Extreme transversal, unilateral or bilateral maxilla crowdings in syndrome and non-syndrome patients
  • Anterior tooth crowdings and buccal corridors (dead spaces)

Features:

  • Distraction length: 19 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: The Rotterdam Palatal Distractor works mechanically like a scissor-type jack, so the distraction length per turn decreases the higher the number of turns   
  • No screws needed

Benefits:

  • Due to the scissor-type jack design, minimum initial space is required

Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE)

Devices for transverse palatinal distraction

Indicators: 

  • Extreme transversal, unilateral or bilateral maxilla crowdings in syndrome and non-syndrome patients
  • Anterior tooth crowdings and buccal corridors (dead spaces)

Features:

  • Distraction length: 9 mm, 18 mm, 27 mm, 36 mm
  • Distraction length/turn up to the next color code: 0.33 mm 
  • To be fixed with 2.0 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Color coded according to distraction length
  • Templates available for correct choice of distractor size
  • Also available as sterile kit
     

RED-II-Distractor

External device for use in correction of craniomaxillofacial malformations

Indications:

Severe midface hypoplasia due to :

  • severe transversal, vertical and / or horizontal deficits in the midface
  • late sequelae of cheilognathopalatoschisis (clefts), especially in conjunction with velopharyngoplasties and also with hypodontia 
  • syndromes (e.g. Apert’s or Crouzon’s syndrome) 
  • maxillary retrognathia and atrophy
  • obstructive sleep apnea

Features:

  • Distraction length: unlimited
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed to the bone with pins

Benefits:

  • Completely adjustable for any midfacial hypoplasia patient (Possibility to perform Le-Fort-I, II, III and monobloc distraction procedures)
  • Force application only on the affected treatment region
  • Unlimited distraction distances
     

Arnaud / Marchac Distraction System

Devices for use in correction of craniofacial malformations

Indicators:

The Arnaud/Marchac Distraction System is intended for internal distraction when treating craniofacial dysplasia, especially craniofacial synostoses. It is used for patients requiring facial advancement (Le Fort III) or frontofacial (monobloc) advancement.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 20 mm, 30 mm / 25 mm, 35 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.3 mm / 0.5 mm / 0.6 mm
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm / 2.0 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side
  • Hooks fitted to the osteosynthesis plates distribute distraction force to the bone
  • Flexible activator concept

 

Kawamoto-Distractors

Devices for use in correction of craniofacial malformations

Indicators:

The Kawamoto Midface Distractor is intended for internal distraction when treating craniofacial dysplasia, especially craniofacial synostoses. It is used for patients requiring facial advancement (Le Fort III) or frontofacial (monobloc) advancement.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 30 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Available in 3 different versions for a perfect fit to every patient´s anatomy
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Swivel joint footplate  allows compensation of any occurring forces when the force vector changes
  • Flexible activator concept

Mandible

TRACK Distractors

Devices for distraction of the alveolar ridge

Indicators:

  • Partial defects of the mandibular and maxillar alveolar crest 
  • Periodontal diseases with severe localized bone loss 
  • Localized atrophy of the alveolar crest

Features:

  • Distraction length: 9 mm, 10 mm, 12 mm, 15 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.3 mm, 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.0 mm / 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Available in different designs to treat all kind of alveolar defects 
  • Vector stabilizing plate to prevent tilting of the distractor body

Zurich II Distractors

Devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations 

Indicators:

The Zurich II Distractor (for infant patients below an age of 12 months the Zurich Micro II Distractor) is intended for distraction in cases of: 

  • congenital malformation 
  • acquired mandibular hypoplasia

Features:

  • Distraction length: 15 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm, 30 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.3 mm, 0.5 mm, 0.6 mm   
  • To be fixed with 1.0 mm / 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Anti-relapse ratchet prevents backward rotation 
  • Flexible activator concept

Zurich II Modular Distractors

Devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

The Zurich-II Modular Distractor is used for the distraction and stabilization of the mandibular body when treating congenital or acquired mandibular asymmetries, malformation and hypoplasia.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 15 mm, 20 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • The modular design allows a patient-specific configuration of the distractor in accordance with anatomical conditions and individual requirements
  • It is possible to only remove the distractor body while performing the osteotomy
  • Both fixation plates can be connected to the distractor body at an angle - This enables lots of options to place the distractor on the mandible
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept
     

Zurich Pediatric Ramus Distractors

Devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

The Zurich Mandibula Distractor is suitable for distraction of the ascending mandibular ramus as well as of the mandibular body in infants and young adults in case of congenital or acquired mandibular defects and hypoplasia.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 15 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Available in different activator designs

Horizontal Distractors

Devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

The Horizontal Distractor is suitable for mandibular distraction in cases where gradual bone lengthening is required, especially as a result of: 

  • congenital malformation or deformation 
  • acquired hypoplasia

Features:

  • Distraction length: 10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Low-profile distractors
  • Usable on patient´s right and left side

Ramus Distractors

Devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

The ramus distractor is intended for the distraction of the ascending mandibular branch where gradual bone lengthening is necessary, especially due to: 

  • congenital malformation or deformation 
  • acquired hypoplasia

Features:

  • Distraction length: 15 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Low-profile distractors
  • Usable on patient´s right and left side

Mandibula Telescoping Distractors

Devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

The Mandibular Telescoping Distractor is suitable for distracting the lateral mandibular body in cases where gradual bone lengthening is required, especially for correction of congenital or acquired malformation and hypoplasia.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 20 mm, 30 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.3 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • The design allows maximum distraction length with minimum initial space requirements, as the distractor achieves its full extent only at the end of the distraction phase 
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept
     

Right Angle Driven (RAD) Distractors

Devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

  • Reconstruction of the mandibular ramus 
  • Congenital malformation 
  • Acquired mandibular hypoplasia

Features:

  • Distraction length: 20 mm, 25 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.1 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Due to the offset activator providing 90-degree access, intraoral activation is facilitated
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept

Zurich Wood Distractors

Bidirectional Devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

The Wood Distractor is an intraoral, bidirectional device for the simultaneous lengthening of the ascending ramus and horizontal mandibular body.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 10 x 15 mm, 20 x 20 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Enables a bi-directional distraction
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept
     

Zurich Bidirectional Distractors

Bidirectional Devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

The Zurich Bidirectional Distractor is an intraoral, bidirectional device for the simultaneous lengthening of the ascending ramus and horizontal mandibular body.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 10 x 15 mm, 15 x 20 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Enables a bi-directional distraction
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept

Ramus Transport Distractors

Devices for transport distraction of the condylar head

Indicators:

  • Reconstruction of the mandibular condyle 
  • Congenital malformation 
  • Acquired mandibular hypoplasia

Features:

  • Distraction length: 20 mm, 25 mm, 30 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept
  • A special retention plate is optionally available for increased patient convenience during the consolidation phase

ThreadLock Transport Distractors

Devices for mandibular transport distraction

Indicators:

The ThreadLock transport distractor is an intraoral system which allows segment transport, enabling reconstruction of continuity defects in the mandible. 

The distraction system is indicated for the following defects: 

  • Mandibular continuity defects caused by trauma or resection 
  • Mandibular defects caused by tumors (after hyperbaric oxygen therapy and completed radiation)

Features:

  • Distraction length: 40 mm, 50 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Enables reconstruction of big defects
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept

Herford Transport Distractors

Devices for mandibular transport distraction

Indicators:

The Herford transport distractor is an intraoral system which allows segment transport, enabling reconstruction of continuity defects in the mandible. Since the distractor has no fixed connection to the reconstruction plate it is particularly suitable for bone transports in a curved motion, but maximally up to the central line (symphysis). 

The distraction system is indicated for the primary reconstruction of the following defects: 

  • Mandibular continuity defects caused by trauma or resection 
  • Mandibular defects caused by tumors (after hyperbaric oxygen therapy and completed radiation)

Features:

  • Distraction length: 40 mm, 50 mm, 60 mm
    Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
    To be fixed with 1.5 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Enables reconstruction of big defects
  • Symmetrical design, usable on patient´s right and left side 
  • Flexible activator concept

3D Xternal Distractor

External device for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

  • Mandibular distraction osteogenesis in cases of congenital deficiencies, such as unilateral and lateral micrognathia 
  • Syndrome patients, such as Pierre Robin or Goldenhar cases 
  • Posttraumatic bone stabilization and bone lengthening 
  • Potential for external multi-vector transport distraction osteogenesis

Features:

  • Distraction length: 15 mm, 25 mm, 35 mm, 50 mm, 65 mm, 85 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed to the bone with pins

Nutzen:

  • Flexible and easy-to-adjust on all particular patient needs
  • 3-dimensional manipulation of bone segments and multiple vector control at any moment
  • Individual bone lengthening of the mandibular body and/or ramus with a single osteotomy
  • Combination of light weight, low profile and highest stability
  • Universal device can be used on patient's left or right side
  • Possibility to bridge and stabilize the distraction gap with a consolidation bar during consolidation period

Molina Distractors

External devices for use in correction of mandibular malformations

Indicators:

Molina distractors are used for treating congenital or acquired mandibular malformation, deficits and hypoplasia in cases where extraoral approach is required. 

Unidirectional Molina distractor: 

  • Distraction of the ascending ramus of the mandible of babies, children and adults 
  • Distraction of the mandibular body of babies, children and adults 

Bidirectional Molina distractor: 

  • Simultaneous distraction of the ascending ramus and the mandibular body of children and adults

Features:

  • Distraction length: 28 mm, 43 mm, 53 mm, 56 x 40 mm, 76 x 40 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: 0.5 mm 
  • To be fixed to the bone with pins

Benefits:

  • Color coded according to indication for use in babies/ children/ adults
  • Bi-directional device available

Rotterdam Midline Distractors

Devices for transversal mandibular distraction

Indicators:

The Rotterdam Midline Distractor is to be used for distraction osteogenesis of the mandibular symphysis in cases of severe crowding of the mandibular region and transversal mandibular deficits.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 10 mm, 15 mm
  • Distraction length/activation of 90°: 0.25 mm 
  • To be fixed with 2.0 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Activating wire is included in set

Bologna Midline Distractors

Devices for transversal mandibular distraction 

Indicators:

The Bologna Midline Distractor is to be used for distraction osteogenesis of the mandibular symphysis in cases of severe crowding of the mandibular region and transversal mandibular deficits.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 10 mm, 15 mm
  • Distraction length/activation of 90°: 0.25 mm 
  • To be fixed with 2.0 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Activating wire is included in set
  • The distractor offers the combination of bone-borne and tooth-borne anchorage. The attached steel bar enables a stable fixation with the dental anchoring and in this way allows a parallel bone and dental arch widening. Therefore a maximum reliability of force transmittance can be guaranteed.
CMF surgery - External fixateurxfix Mandible

X-Fix

Mandible External Fixation System

Indicators:

The X-Fix external fixator is intended to stabilize the mandible in selected clinical situations: 

  • Mandibular fractures 
  • Mandibular fractures associated with infections 
  • Severe comminuted fractures of the mandible 
  • Healing problems / non-unions 
  • Tumor resections 
  • Bullet injuries 
  • Fractures with severe soft-tissue impairment 
  • Fractures in radiation patients 
  • Panfacial fractures 
  • Burns 
  • Bone defects with bone grafts

Features:

  • Can be assembled in two unique configurations 
  • To be fixed to the bone with pins

Benefits:

  • Allows a simple, quick, and atraumatic handling
  • Pins available in different diameters and different thread lengths for a strong and stable fixation as well as an accommodation to various soft and bone thicknesses
  • Different rod designs allow best possible choice for each type of mandible fracture or defect
  • Anatomically pre-bent rods for best possible average fit
     
CMF surgery - External fixateur Matthews Fixator Mandible

Cranio-Mandibular Fixator
according to Matthews

Indicators:

  • Occesous ankylosis unilaterally or bilaterally
  • Intracapsular comminuted fracture and concurrent: posterior malocclusion that prevents use of a splint against an open bite; severe cranial trauma (patient not responsive, persistent coma).

Features:

  • Available in three sizes: small, normal, long
  • The articulating arm is fixed to the mandibular bone with pins
  • The temporal stabilizing plate is fixed with 2.0 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • With the fixator intercapsular space is created and maintained
  • Facilitates the subsequent mobilization of the mandible
  • Re-ankylosis is intended to be avoided, and healing of the fracture supported
     

Orthognathics

Rotterdam Palatal Distractors (RPD)

Devices for transverse palatinal distraction 

Indicators:

  • Extreme transversal, unilateral or bilateral maxilla crowdings in syndrome and non-syndrome patients
  • Anterior tooth crowdings and buccal corridors (dead spaces)

Features:

  • Distraction length: 19 mm
  • Distraction length/turn: The Rotterdam Palatal Distractor works mechanically like a scissor-type jack, so the distraction length per turn decreases the higher the number of turns   
  • No screws needed

Benefits:

  • Due to the scissor-type jack design, minimum initial space is required

Rapid Palatal Expander (RPE)

Devices for transverse palatinal distraction

Indicators: 

  • Extreme transversal, unilateral or bilateral maxilla crowdings in syndrome and non-syndrome patients
  • Anterior tooth crowdings and buccal corridors (dead spaces)

Features:

  • Distraction length: 9 mm, 18 mm, 27 mm, 36 mm
  • Distraction length/turn up to the next color code: 0.33 mm 
  • To be fixed with 2.0 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Color coded according to distraction length
  • Templates available for correct choice of distractor size
  • Also available as sterile kit
     

Rotterdam Midline Distractors

Devices for transversal mandibular distraction

Indicators:

The Rotterdam Midline Distractor is to be used for distraction osteogenesis of the mandibular symphysis in cases of severe crowding of the mandibular region and transversal mandibular deficits.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 10 mm, 15 mm
  • Distraction length/activation of 90°: 0.25 mm 
  • To be fixed with 2.0 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Activating wire is included in set

Bologna Midline Distractors

Devices for transversal mandibular distraction

Indicators:

The Bologna Midline Distractor is to be used for distraction osteogenesis of the mandibular symphysis in cases of severe crowding of the mandibular region and transversal mandibular deficits.

Features:

  • Distraction length: 10 mm, 15 mm
  • Distraction length/activation of 90°: 0.25 mm 
  • To be fixed with 2.0 mm Screws

Benefits:

  • Activating wire is included in set
  • The distractor offers the combination of bone-borne and tooth-borne anchorage. The attached steel bar enables a stable fixation with the dental anchoring and in this way allows a parallel bone and dental arch widening. Therefore a maximum reliability of force transmittance can be guaranteed.