Cranioplasty is the surgical overhaul of a bone defect in the mind that’s left behind after a previous operation or wound. There are different kinds of cranioplasties, but most involve enlivening the scalp and restoring the silhouette of the skull with the original skull section or a custom contoured graft made from physical such as
Titanium (plate or mesh)
Synthetic bone substitute
Acrylic (prefabricated or molded at the time of surgery)
In the working room, you are given a general painkilling. Once you are asleep, the team positions you so the doctors have optimal access to the bone flaw. The area of the incision is then smooth and prepared with uncontaminated, and you are protected by drapes that leave only the invasive area exposed.