News & Events

Find out the latest news from Cavendish Implants and meet us at our next event!

SBNS Blackpool Sept 2022

Looking forward to seeing you all at the SBNS conference from 27th to 30th September, at the exhibition or in the famous Blackpool ballroom.

SBNS Dundee March 2020

We look forward to meeting everyone at the SBNS conference from 24th to 27th March, in particular the special events on CSF and cranial implants. Come and see us in the exhibition: we look forward to discussing your cases.

IMPT Spring Seminar May 2019

We are joining the IMPT crowd on 9 May at the Birmingham golf course to talk about our work with prosthetists and technologists. Come and say hello!

SBNS London Sept 2018

We look forward to share our news with you: we’ll be talking about our joint-cases with maxillofacial, plastic and neurosurgeons and reducing post-operative CSF leaks. Do you have ideas too? We will also be collecting your feedback on past cases. Come and say hello: we are at Stand #5.

Visiting Greece in May 2018

We look forward to our trip to Greece. We will be there from 22 to 26 May 2018. We will also be at the 32nd congress of the Hellenic Neurosurgery Society in Chania from 23 to 25 May. Come and see us there: we look forward to discussing your cases.

Knowledge Transfer Network – Medilink

Thank you for inviting us to talk at the Additive Manufacture Interest Group on Tuesday 1 May at Nottingham Biocity. We are looking forward to hearing and sharing insights, challenges and opportunities.

A face in the crowd – 15 March 2018

Thank you to Saving Faces and Fieldfisher for this high calibre conference on the management of facial trauma, the resultant injuries and psychiatric sequale. We were delighted to present the surgical planning tools available to surgeons and then meet now-amazing-looking people whose broken skulls and faces we had intensively studied. The latter was the best part of the day: thank you!


Christmas 2017

Wishing everyone a peaceful Xmas break. Our thoughts will be especially with those of you we met through the drama at the Ariana Grande Manchester Concert. We are delighted to contribute to your journey to recovery.

The cut-off date to send us requests for surgery before Xmas and between Xmas and New Year is Tuesday 19 December 2017, 3pm UK-time. We will be back on Tuesday 2 January 2018.

SBNS Liverpool 2017

We look forward to share our news with you: we’ll be talking EPSRC, antibacterial silver-treatment and reducing post-operative CSF leaks. Do you have ideas too? We are at Stand #9.

Meet us at the biennial IMPT conference

Come and see for yourself what our patient-specific implants feel like… You can now design your own implants and we make them for you. We will also update you on the progress we are making on our infection control projects.

BBC World

George dramatically fell off his bike. His story and how we help his surgeon Prof Hutchison was featured on BBC World as part of journalist Katie Silver’s documentary on the use of 3D printing in surgery. Surgeons are labeling the technology a revolution – as the ability to print bespoke implants gives patients quicker recovery times and a better end result.

Next mission to Vietnam

We are getting the implant for Tran and the surgical guide for Pham ready to go to the next Facing The World mission to Vietnam in a few weeks time.  Please donate too. Once there, the whole clinical team will get together to care for as many children as possible and provide more training.

Meet us at BAOMS Birmingham

We will be at the BAOMS conference from 28 to 30 June in Birmingham to talk about facial reconstruction and dental restoration with our sister company Cavendish Imaging. On stage at the Symposium on Reconstructive Options in Maxillofacial Surgery on the Thursday afternoon, and at Stand #7 for the whole conference. We look forward to seeing you.

Meet us at SENEC 2017

We look forward to our trip to Spain. We will be there from 15 to 23 May 2017. We will also be at the SENEC meeting in Barcelona from 17 to 19 May. Come and see us there: we look forward to discussing your cases.

Meet us at ICOMS

We are delighted to be going to Hong-Kong from 28 March to 5 April 2017 as part of Cavendish Implants international growth strategy. We will also be at the ICOMS meeting from 31 March to 2 April. Come and see us there: we look forward to discussing your cases.

SBNS Stoke 2016

Come and see us at Telford. We will also wake up early for the breakfast meeting on Cranioplasty. We’ll have a chance to present our product range. Prof Hutchinson of Cambridge will also present the results of landmark trial of decompressive craniotomy. We look forward to seeing you there.

Channel 5’s “Botched Bodies”

This series of Botched Bodies featured one of our PEEK implants.

They are so well made that when they get into the right place they just clip into place”

Channel 4’s “How to build a Bionic Man”

A group of roboteers assembled this amazing bionic man from the most cutting edge prosthetics so naturally decided to work with us for the bionic man’s head. We designed and manufactured the PEEK and Titanium implants (you can only see the cranial implants but the bionic man also has orbital, cheek and mandibular impants!).

Conjoined twins Rital and Ritag separated at Great Ormond Street Hospital

We were delighted to help again Facing the World. The design and operative computer-planning expertise of Robin Richards of Cavendish Implants was asked for to help the clinical team with the planning of the four consecutive surgeries that untangled the twins’ highly complex vascular system. Mr Dunaway and Mr Jeelani, craniofacial surgeons operating on the twins, said that Robin’s models (3D printed by Cavendish Imaging) were immensely useful to plan and rehearse what they would do later in theatre so that the operating time would be kept to a minimum. We wish the twins a very happy future.

Facing the World

Watch the 7 New Faces in 7 Days documentaries from Facing the World. The work of the charity is regularly shown. Our favourite moments: Extraordinary People series on Channel FIVE, Simon Eccles’ TEDx talk and the BBC documentary.

Cavendish Implants design and manufacture the implants needed for the children of this charity.