Specific Implant

We present here a young female patient with neurofibroma who had previous eye and skull surgery. The eye socket needed to be reconstructed with a concave shape to allow an eye prosthesis to be fitted. Furthermore the temporalis area had been extensively eroded by the tumour. Due to the very likely regrowth of the tumour, surgeons wanted a strong impervious barrier to preserve the outer contours of the patient’s skin and eye socket.