Orthopedic Maxillofacial Implants

Welcome to Jindal Medi Surge's Orthopedic Maxillofacial Implants (JMS): Explore the pinnacle of orthopedic and maxillofacial surgical solutions with Jindal Medi Surge (JMS). Renowned for our commitment to innovation, quality, and patient care, we specialize in manufacturing cutting-edge orthopedic maxillofacial implants tailored to meet the diverse needs of surgeons and patients alike.

About JMS: With a rich legacy spanning years of expertise, Jindal Medi Surge (JMS) has emerged as a global leader in the medical device industry. Our dedication to excellence and passion for advancing healthcare has positioned us as a trusted partner for healthcare professionals worldwide.

Our Implants: At JMS, our comprehensive range of orthopedic maxillofacial implants encompasses a variety of precision-engineered products, including plates, screws, bone grafts, and specialized devices. Crafted from high-quality materials and manufactured with state-of-the-art technology, our implants are designed to deliver optimal performance, stability, and patient outcomes.

Quality Assurance: Quality is the cornerstone of everything we do at JMS. Our implants undergo rigorous quality control processes to ensure compliance with international standards and regulations. From material selection to manufacturing and sterilization, every step is meticulously executed to uphold the highest standards of safety and efficacy.

Innovation and Collaboration: Driven by a passion for innovation, we continually strive to push the boundaries of orthopedic and maxillofacial surgery. Through collaboration with leading surgeons, researchers, and healthcare institutions, we aim to develop groundbreaking solutions that address evolving clinical needs and improve patient care worldwide.

Contact Us: For inquiries, partnerships, or to learn more about our orthopedic maxillofacial implants, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our dedicated team. Experience the difference with Jindal Medi Surge (JMS) – where innovation meets excellence in orthopedic and maxillofacial surgery.

CATALOUGE

Orthopedic Maxillofacial Implants Catalog-JMS.pdf

PRODUCT LIST

Orthopedic Maxillofacial Implants.pdf

PRODUCT RANGE

Maxillofacial Implants in Titanium


1.5mm Maxillofacial Implants Titanium

L-PLATE 90* WITH BAR 1.5MM LEFT

15.904L 4 H

15.905L 6 H

L-PLATE 90* WITH BAR 1.5MM RIGHT

15.904R 4 H

15.905R 6 H

L-PLATE 90* WITHOUT BAR 1.5MM LEFT

15.906L 4 H

L-PLATE 90* WITHOUT BAR 1.5MM RIGHT

15.906R 4 H

L-PLATE 120* WITH BAR 1.5MM LEFT

15.907L 4 H

15.908L 6 H

L-PLATE 120* WITH BAR 1.5MM RIGHT

15.907R 4 H

15.908R 6 H

L-PLATE 120* WITHOUT BAR 1.5MM LEFT

15.910L 4 H

L-PLATE 120* WITHOUT BAR 1.5MM RIGHT

15.910R 4 H

Y-PLATE 1.5MM

15.911 4 H

15.912 5 H

15.9121 6 H

DOUBLE Y-PLATE 1.5MM

15.913 6 H

STRAIGHT PLATE WITHOUT BAR 1.5MM

15.9141 4 H

15.9142 6 H

15.9143 8 H

15.9144 10 H

15.9145 12 H

15.9146 14 H

15.9147 16 H

15.9148 18 H

15.9149 20 H

STRAIGHT PLATE WITH BAR 1.5MM

15.9151 4 H

15.9152 6 H

15.9153 8 H

15.9154 10 H

15.9155 12 H

15.9156 14 H

15.9157 16 H

15.9158 18 H

15.9159 20 H

CURVED PLATE 1.5MM

15.916L LEFT

15.916R RIGHT

T-PLATE WITH  GAP 1.5MM

15.917 2 H

15.918 3 H

15.919 ANGULAR PLATE 1.5MM

15.920 ORBITAL PLATE WITHOUT GAP 1.5MM

15.921 ORBITAL PLATE WITH GAP  1.5MM

15.922 X-PLATE 1.5MM

15.923 I-PLATE 1.5MM

15.924 Z-PLATE 1.5MM

15.925 3D PLATE 1.5MM

1.5MM MAXILLOFACIAL SCREW

15.004 4MM

15.005 6MM

15.006 8MM

15.007 10MM

15.008 12MM

2.0mm Maxillofacial Implants Titanium

L-PLATE 90* WITH BAR 2.0MM LEFT

20.904L 4 H

20.905L 6 H

L-PLATE 90* WITH BAR 2.0MM RIGHT

20.904R 4 H

20.905R 6 H

L-PLATE 90* WITHOUT BAR 2.0MM LEFT

20.906L 4 H

L-PLATE 90* WITHOUT BAR 2.0MM RIGHT

20.906R 4 H

L-PLATE 120* WITH BAR 2.0MM LEFT

20.907L 4 H

20.908L 6 H

L-PLATE 120* WITH BAR 2.0MM RIGHT

20.907R 4 H

20.908R 6 H

L-PLATE 120* WITHOUT BAR 2.0MM LEFT

20.910L 4 H

L-PLATE 120* WITHOUT BAR 2.0MM RIGHT

20.910R 4 H

Y-PLATE 2.0MM

20.911 4 H

20.912 5 H

DOUBLE Y-PLATE 2.0MM

20.913 6 H

STRAIGHT PLATE WITHOUT BAR 2.0MM

20.9141 4 H

20.9142 6 H

20.9143 8 H

20.9144 10 H

20.9145 12 H

20.9146 14 H

20.9147 16 H

20.9148 18 H

20.9149 20 H

STRAIGHT PLATE WITH BAR 2.0MM

20.9151 4 H

20.9152 6 H

20.9153 8 H

20.9154 10 H

20.9155 12 H

20.9156 14 H

20.9157 16 H

20.9158 18 H

20.9159 20 H

CURVED PLATE 2.0MM

20.916L LEFT

20.916R RIGHT

T-PLATE WITH  GAP 2.0MM

20.917 2 H

20.918 3 H

20.919 ANGULAR PLATE 2.0MM

20.920 ORBITAL PLATE WITHOUT GAP 2.0MM

20.921 ORBITAL PLATE WITH GAP  2.0MM

20.922 X-PLATE 2.0MM

20.923 I-PLATE 2.0MM

20.924 Z-PLATE 2.0MM

20.925 3D PLATE 2.0MM

2.0MM MAXILLOFACIAL SCREW

20.004 4MM

20.005 6MM

20.006 8MM

20.007 10MM

20.008 12MM

20.009 14MM

20.010 16MM

2.5mm Maxillofacial Implants Titanium

L-PLATE 90* WITH BAR 2.5MM LEFT

25.904L 4 H

25.905L 6 H

L-PLATE 90* WITH BAR 2.5MM RIGHT

25.904R 4 H

25.905R 6 H

L-PLATE 90* WITHOUT BAR 2.5MM LEFT

25.906L 4 H

L-PLATE 90* WITHOUT BAR 2.5MM RIGHT

25.906R 4 H

L-PLATE 120* WITH BAR 2.5MM LEFT

25.907L 4 H

25.908L 6 H

L-PLATE 120* WITH BAR 2.5MM RIGHT

25.907R 4 H

25.908R 6 H

L-PLATE 120* WITHOUT BAR 2.5MM LEFT

25.910L 4 H

L-PLATE 120* WITHOUT BAR 2.5MM RIGHT

25.910R 4 H

Y-PLATE 2.5MM

25.911 4 H

25.912 5 H

DOUBLE Y-PLATE 2.5MM

25.913 6 H

STRAIGHT PLATE WITHOUT BAR 2.5MM

25.9141 4 H

25.9142 6 H

25.9143 8 H

25.9144 10 H

25.9145 12 H

25.9146 14 H

25.9147 16 H

25.9148 18 H

25.9149 20 H

STRAIGHT PLATE WITH BAR 2.5MM

25.9151 4 H

25.9152 6 H

25.9153 8 H

25.9154 10 H

25.9155 12 H

25.9156 14 H

25.9157 16 H

25.9158 18 H

25.9159 20 H

CURVED PLATE 2.5MM

25.916L LEFT

25.916R RIGHT

T-PLATE WITH  GAP 2.5MM

25.917 2 H

25.918 3 H

25.919 ANGULAR PLATE 2.5MM

25.920 ORBITAL PLATE WITHOUT GAP 2.5MM

25.921 ORBITAL PLATE WITH GAP  2.5MM

25.922 X-PLATE 2.5MM

25.923 I-PLATE 2.5MM

25.924 Z-PLATE 2.5MM

25.925 3D PLATE 2.5MM

2.5MM MAXILLOFACIAL SCREW

25.004 4MM

25.005 6MM

25.006 8MM

25.007 10MM

25.008 12MM

25.009 14MM

25.010 16MM

25.011 18MM


Maxillofacial Plates Titnaium

N5.005 T Plate

N5.0051 T Plate (With Bar)

N5.006 L 120 Deg. Oblique Plate Left

N5.007 L 120 Deg. Oblique Plate Right

N5.013 H Plate

N5.018 Nose Plate

N5.019 Chin Plate

N5.020 Le Fort I Plate

N5.021 Mini Burr Hole Plate

N5.023 Dynamic Compression Plate

N5.024 Reconstruction Plates For Mandible Straight

N5.025 Reconstruction Plates For Mandible Double Angled

N5.026 Reconstruction Plates For Full Mandible U Shape

N5.027 Reconstruction Plates For Mandible Angled

N5.028 Tmj Condyle Plate

N5.029 Tmj Condyle With Reconstruction Plates For Mandible Angled

N5.030 Screws Slotted Heads

N5.031 Intermaxillary Fixation Screws With Hole

N5.032 Emergency Screws

N5.033 Lag Screws

Wire Mesh Titanium

N5.0341 1 X 1''

N5.0342 2 X 2''

N5.0343 2 X 4''

N5.0344 2 X 6''

N5.0345 2 X 8''

N5.0346 4 X 4''

N5.0347 6 x 6''

N5.0348 8 x 8''


JMF.SET Maxillofacial Implants Set SIZE (MM)

L-PLATE 90* WITH BAR (TI) (4 HOLE)

LEFT AND RIGHT

1.5

2

2.5

L-PLATE 90* WITH BAR (TI) (6 HOLE)

LEFT AND RIGHT

1.5

2

2.5

L-PLATE 90* WITHOUT BAR (TI) (4 HOLE)

LEFT AND RIGHT

1.5

2

2.5

L-PLATE 120* WITH BAR (TI) (4 HOLE)

LEFT AND RIGHT

1.5

2

2.5

L-PLATE 120* WITH BAR (TI) (6 HOLE)

LEFT AND RIGHT

1.5

2

2.5

L-PLATE 120* WITHOUT BAR (TI) (4 HOLE)

LEFT AND RIGHT

1.5

2

2.5

Y-PLATE (4HOLE) (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

Y-PLATE (5 HOLE) (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

DOUBLE Y-PLATE (6 HOLE) (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

STRAIGHT PLATE WITHOUT BAR(4 HOLE) (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

STRAIGHT PLATE WITH BAR(4 HOLE) (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

CURVED PLATE (TI)

1.5

LEFT AND RIGHT

2

2.5

T-PLATE WITH  GAP (2 HOLE) (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

T-PLATE WITH  GAP (3 HOLE) (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

ANGULAR PLATE (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

ORBITAL PLATE WITHOUT GAP (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

ORBITAL PLATE WITH GAP (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

X-PLATE (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

I-PLATE (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

Z-PLATE (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

3D PLATE (TI)

1.5

2

2.5

1.5MM MAXILLOFACIAL SCREW (.) (TI)

4

6

8

10

12

2.0MM MAXILLOFACIAL SCREW (.) (TI)

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

2.5MM MAXILLOFACIAL SCREW (.) (TI)

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

JMI.BOX MAXILLOFACIAL INSTRUMENT SET WITH BOX

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Orthopedic 1.5mm maxillofacial implants made of titanium are specialized medical devices used in oral and maxillofacial surgery. These implants are typically designed to provide stability and support in the reconstruction of facial bones and structures, such as the jaw, cheekbones, and orbital rim. The use of titanium in these implants is common due to its biocompatibility, strength, and resistance to corrosion. The 1.5mm diameter indicates the size of the implant, which is suitable for delicate procedures where smaller hardware is necessary. Orthopedic surgeons use these implants to repair facial fractures, correct deformities, or reconstruct facial features following trauma, disease, or congenital abnormalities. The precise sizing and material properties of these implants contribute to successful outcomes in maxillofacial surgery, providing patients with improved function and aesthetics.

A 1.5mm maxillofacial screw is a type of orthopedic implant used specifically in surgeries related to the maxillofacial region, which includes the bones of the face and jaw. These screws are small, typically around 1.5mm in diameter, and are used to stabilize fractures, provide support, or anchor other orthopedic devices in the maxillofacial area. Maxillofacial screws are commonly made from materials like titanium or stainless steel, which are biocompatible and strong enough to withstand the forces exerted on them during healing. They are often used in procedures such as orthognathic surgery (jaw surgery), facial fracture repair, or craniofacial reconstruction. The specific size (1.5mm in this case) refers to the diameter of the screw shaft, and it's important for ensuring proper fit and stability in the bone. 

Orthopedic 2.0mm maxillofacial implants made of titanium are medical devices used in reconstructive surgery of the face and jaw. These implants are specifically designed to stabilize fractured bones or to support bone structures during the healing process. The 2.0mm size typically refers to the diameter of the implant, indicating that it's a smaller size suitable for delicate facial structures. Titanium is commonly chosen for these implants due to its biocompatibility, strength, and resistance to corrosion, making it well-suited for long-term implantation in the human body. These implants play a crucial role in restoring function and aesthetics to patients who have suffered facial trauma or undergone corrective jaw surgery.

Orthopedic 2.0mm maxillofacial screws are specialized surgical screws designed for use in orthopedic and maxillofacial procedures. These screws are typically used for fixation and stabilization of fractures, osteotomies, and other surgical procedures involving the bones of the face and jaws. They are smaller in diameter compared to screws used in other orthopedic applications, allowing for precise placement in delicate facial structures. These screws are made from biocompatible materials such as titanium or stainless steel, which are well-tolerated by the body and can remain in place without causing adverse reactions. They come in various lengths and thread designs to accommodate different surgical needs and bone types. Orthopedic 2.0mm maxillofacial screws are commonly used by oral and maxillofacial surgeons, plastic surgeons, and orthopedic surgeons who specialize in facial trauma and reconstructive surgery. They play a crucial role in restoring function and aesthetics to patients who have suffered facial injuries or deformities.

Orthopedic 2.5mm maxillofacial implants made of titanium are specialized medical devices designed for use in craniofacial and orthopedic surgery. These implants are typically used in procedures involving the bones of the skull and face, such as in the reconstruction of facial fractures, correction of congenital deformities, or for anchoring prosthetic devices. Here's some key information about these implants: Material: Titanium is often chosen for its biocompatibility, strength, and resistance to corrosion. This makes it an ideal material for implants that need to withstand the stresses and strains of facial movements while minimizing the risk of adverse reactions from the body. Size: The 2.5mm size specification likely refers to the diameter of the implant. In maxillofacial surgery, implants come in various sizes to accommodate different anatomical structures and surgical needs. Fixation: These implants are used for fixation purposes, meaning they are used to stabilize fractured bones or to anchor other devices such as plates, screws, or meshes during reconstructive surgery. Surgical Procedure: Implantation of maxillofacial implants is typically performed by oral and maxillofacial surgeons or craniofacial surgeons. The procedure involves careful planning, precise placement of the implants, and fixation of bone fragments or prosthetic devices. Applications: Maxillofacial implants find applications in a variety of procedures, including but not limited to: Repair of facial fractures resulting from trauma or accidents. Corrective surgeries for congenital abnormalities like cleft lip and palate. Reconstructive surgeries following tumor removal or other pathological conditions affecting the face and skull. Advantages: Titanium implants offer several advantages, including high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent biocompatibility, and the ability to integrate with surrounding bone tissue over time through a process called osseointegration. Postoperative Care: Patients undergoing maxillofacial surgery with these implants require careful postoperative care, including monitoring for signs of infection, ensuring proper wound healing, and following specific dietary and activity restrictions as advised by the surgeon.

A 2.5mm orthopedic maxillofacial screw is a type of medical implant used in orthopedic and maxillofacial surgeries. These screws are specifically designed to fixate bone fragments or implants in the facial or cranial region. The 2.5mm diameter indicates the size of the screw shaft, which is typically used in smaller bones or delicate areas where precision is essential. These screws are commonly made of titanium or stainless steel due to their biocompatibility and strength. They play a crucial role in stabilizing fractures, correcting deformities, or securing bone grafts in the maxillofacial area.

Orthopedic maxillofacial plates made of titanium are commonly used in the surgical treatment of facial fractures and deformities. These plates are designed to stabilize and support fractured bones in the maxillofacial region, including the jaw, cheekbones, and orbital bones. Titanium is often preferred for these implants due to its excellent biocompatibility, strength, and resistance to corrosion. The plates are typically shaped to fit the contours of the facial skeleton and are secured to the bones using screws. They provide stability during the healing process, allowing the fractured bones to mend properly. Additionally, titanium plates can remain in the body for extended periods without causing adverse reactions. Advancements in orthopedic and maxillofacial surgery have led to the development of various types of titanium plates, including those with specialized shapes and surface treatments to enhance their performance and integration with bone tissue. These plates play a crucial role in restoring both function and aesthetics to patients with facial trauma or congenital deformities.

Orthopedic wire mesh made of titanium is a type of medical implant used in orthopedic surgeries, particularly in procedures involving bone reconstruction, fixation, or support. Titanium is favored in orthopedic applications due to its biocompatibility, strength, and corrosion resistance. Here's a breakdown of its key features and applications: Biocompatibility: Titanium is known for its excellent biocompatibility, meaning it is well-tolerated by the human body. This reduces the risk of adverse reactions or rejections when implanted. Strength: Titanium is incredibly strong, making it suitable for providing structural support to fractured or weakened bones. It can withstand the stresses and loads that bones experience during daily activities. Corrosion Resistance: Titanium is highly resistant to corrosion, ensuring long-term durability of the implant within the body. This property is crucial for implants that are intended to remain in the body for extended periods. Mesh Design: Orthopedic wire mesh made of titanium typically features a mesh-like structure, allowing for flexibility and contouring to the shape of the bone. This design facilitates proper fixation and stability. Applications: Orthopedic wire mesh is used in various orthopedic procedures, including fracture fixation, bone grafting, and reconstruction surgeries. It may be used alone or in conjunction with other implants or techniques to achieve optimal outcomes. Customization: Titanium wire mesh implants can often be customized to match the specific anatomical requirements of the patient, ensuring a precise fit and optimal functionality.

An orthopedic maxillofacial implants set typically consists of various instruments and implants used in orthopedic surgery procedures involving the facial skeleton (maxillofacial region). These sets often include a range of implants such as plates, screws, and other fixation devices designed specifically for maxillofacial surgeries. These implants are used in procedures such as: Fracture fixation: Plates and screws are used to stabilize fractures of the facial bones, such as the mandible, maxilla, zygoma, and orbital bones. Orthognathic surgery: Plates and screws may be used to reposition the upper and/or lower jaws to correct deformities or misalignments. Reconstruction: Implants are used to restore facial bone defects resulting from trauma, tumor resection, or congenital anomalies. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) surgery: Implants may be used in procedures to treat disorders of the TMJ, such as joint reconstruction or joint replacement.

An orthopedic maxillofacial instrument set typically includes a variety of specialized tools and instruments used in orthopedic surgery focusing on the maxillofacial region, which involves the jaw and face. These sets are crucial for procedures such as facial fracture repairs, corrective jaw surgeries, and other interventions related to the bones and soft tissues of the face and jaw. The contents of such a set can vary depending on the manufacturer and the specific needs of the surgeon or surgical team. However, common instruments found in a maxillofacial instrument set may include: Bone plates and screws: Used for stabilizing fractured bones in the facial region. Bone drills: Electric or manual drills designed for precise drilling into bone. Osteotomes and chisels: Tools used for cutting and shaping bone during surgery. Rongeurs: Surgical cutting instruments used for removing small pieces of bone or tissue. Elevators: Instruments used to lift and manipulate soft tissues and bones during surgery. Retractors: Instruments used to hold tissues and organs away from the surgical site to provide better access. Forceps and clamps: Grasping and holding instruments for manipulating tissues and securing surgical materials. Needle holders and sutures: Instruments used for stitching and closing wounds. Sterilization tray or box: A container designed to hold and organize the instruments before and after sterilization, ensuring they remain sterile until needed for surgery.