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CIVA 3-D Models

3-D Models of Craniofacial Procedures

 

CIVA is a Craniofacial Interactive Virtual Assistant that serves as a guide to a patient’s surgical experience. CIVA provides in-depth information on nine of the most common craniofacial surgeries.

myFace seeks to relieve the stress and anxiety surrounding craniofacial surgeries by helping families to feel as prepared as possible for an upcoming surgery. CIVA walks individuals and families through the various stages of 9 craniofacial procedures, from pre-operation through surgery and post-operative recovery.

Select a procedure below by clicking on the thumbnail to start exploring.

Each procedure linked below contains a link to the 3D surgery simulation.

bilateral split osteotomy

BSSO

Bilateral Sagittal Split Osteotomy

A Bilateral Sagittal Split Osteotomy (or BSSO) is a type of jaw surgery where the lower jaw is separated from the face and repositioned.

Fronto Orbital Advancement

FOA

Fronto Orbital Advancement

A Fronto Orbital Advancement expands the space of the skull while improving facial appearance, particularly around the eyes.

Jumping Genioplasty

Genioplasty

Jumping Genioplasty

An osseous genioplasty or bony genioplasty is a surgery where the shape of chin is changed by moving the chin bone forward.

Sliding Genioplasty

Genioplasty

Sliding Genioplasty

An osseous genioplasty or bony genioplasty is a surgery where the shape of chin is changed by moving the chin bone forward, rather than using a chin implant.

Le Fort I

Le Fort I

Le Fort I Surgery

During this surgery, the upper jaw (or maxilla) is separated from the rest of the face and repositioned. This repositioning is also called orthognathic surgery.

Le Fort III Classic

LeFort III

Le Fort III – Classic

Patients who undergo Le Fort III reconstruction are usually diagnosed with syndromic craniosynostosis. We have models for two types of the Le Fort III procedure.

Le Fort III - Distraction

LeFort III

LeFort III – Distraction

Patients who undergo Le Fort III reconstruction are usually diagnosed with syndromic craniosynostosis. We have models for two types of the Le Fort III procedure.

Monobloc - Classic

Monobloc

Monobloc – Classic

This operation can produce major changes in facial appearance and expand the volume of the skull for the treatment of brain compression.

Monobloc - Distraction

Monobloc

Monobloc – Distraction

This operation can produce major changes in facial appearance and expand the volume of the skull for the treatment of brain compression.

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