▶ Are these implants right for me?
Generally, designing and manufacturing these implants are possible for all patients and candidates of reconstruction, restoration and cosmetic surgeries on the jaw, midfacial areas and the skull.
However, the final diagnosis on the possibility of using these implants for each patient should be made by a certified surgeon.
▶ Do I need to visit in person?
The required documents including CT scan images can be sent via postal services or digitally. Eventually, the implant will be sent to you. Therefore, you won’t be required to visit in person during the design or manufacturing process.
▶ How should I order a patient-specific implant?
After receiving the implant prescription form and the CT scan protocol by contacting the numbers below, if the surgeon prescribed using patient-specific implant, please submit your CT scan image and the prescription form filled-out by the surgeon through the postal service or digitally through E-mail.
After checking your documents, our colleagues at the sales department will call you.
For receiving the implant prescription form, the list of verified imaging centers, and the CT scan protocol, please contact us at +98-(0)26-34486169 or +98-(0)9039002810.
▶ Which medical specialties specialize in utilizing patient-specific implants? Which surgeons cooperate with you?
To find the right surgeon, the type of the problem and the defect area should be taken into consideration. Ordering an implant is possible through maxillofacial, plastic or neurosurgeons.
To get more information and consultation on finding the right medical expert, please contact us.
▶ How much does an implant cost?
Since the implants are designed and manufactured specifically for each patient, their size and design complexity will affect their final cost. Therefore, it is not possible to give an accurate cost estimation before checking the CT scan and prescription form.
After the submission of the required documents and performing the preliminary review, the implant’s final cost will be determined.
▶ I’m now using a different type of implant. Can I replace it with a Bonash Medical implant?
It is possible to replace broken reconstruction plates or meshes, or even cosmetic implants with Bonash Medical patient-specific implants.