The Talos system is an innovative system for closure and full reconstruction of trepanning defects.

Absorption of bone flaps after cranioplasty which followed craniotomy or craniectomy has been reported in the literature, especially in cases of large flaps, bilateral flaps, or in cases with significant time interval between removal and replacement of the bone. It appears that the use of bone graft, especially of a human one, within the margins of the incision, inhibits absorption phenomena to a great extend.

The Talos system outranks the use of bone graft fragments because it offers firm insertion of a single graft, at the point of the greatest bone deficit, which does not diffuse to the surrounding tissue and does not cause ectopic osteogenesis, while offering great cosmetic results.

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