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Major Trauma Patients Can Look Toward Photochemical Etching for Super Thin Implants (video)
Photochemical etching from Tecomet is able to produce very thin implants to help victims requiring maxillofacial implants following trauma.
September 16, 2013
1 Min Read
The Medical Design and Manufaturing conferences hosted by MD+DIs publisher - UBM - around the country bring exhibitors eager to tout their latest products and capabilities to a variety of buyers.
At the MD&M conference in Chicago last week, contract manufacturer Tecomet was showing off its paper thin maxillofacial mesh implants made by using photochemical etching. I caught up with Justin Miller, sales and marketing manager to get a run down of what the company can make. Here's the video:
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