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MMF Monthly Issue 1 March 2021

Updated: Dec 16, 2021


Welcome to the First Edition of Our Newsletter!

Invisian Medical is pleased to introduce the first edition of our newsletter designed to share clinically relevant information and news in support of the surgeon community. We’d appreciate your feedback and potential content ideas for future issues.

Case Report: Minne Ties for MMF in Bilateral TMJ Replacement Surgery

Jenzer, AC, et al Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Fort Gordon, USA, recently published a case report to share their experience with dental occlusion ties in a single patient case where bilateral TMJ replacement surgery was performed. The authors' conclusion about their experience with Minne Ties: "This technique was fast, easy, and produced an excellent result by providing MMF when needed and post-operatively maintaining the same occlusion." Read the full article here.

Mini Case Report: Symphysis Fracture - MMF with Minne Ties

Zach Brown, DDS, MD repaired a mandibular symphysis fracture for a patient with excellent dentition. He opted to use Minne Ties instead of classic arch bars or hybrid arch bars. From Instagram: “It took 13 min to put on by myself and 30 seconds to take off. You can tell the gingiva looks happy not to be destroyed by wires. The patient was happy too! Went on to heal well without postoperative MMF. There’s no perfect MMF system but Minne Ties worked great.”


February 17 2021 Zoom Lecture

Invisian Medical would like to thank Drs. Alan Johnson and Clint Humphrey for the lecture they hosted titled: Advances in Maxillomandibular Fixation (MMF). Please click here to view a recording of the lecture


Minne Ties Application Tip

Tighten each of the Minne Ties finger tight. Make sure Ties are fully seated at the contact points (see image). Tighten again to remove any “slack.”

Click here for additional application tips and other clinical resources.

February 16 2021 Journal Club at UF Health

Invisian Medical recently held a Journal Club program at the University of Florida with ENT and OMS residency programs. Dr. Alan Johnson, Minne Ties inventor, joined by Zoom as guest lecturer. The program also included an extensive hands-on workshop. Contact Jan Creidenberg at jcreidenberg@minneties.com if you're interested in a similar program.


Invisian Medical Supports the 2021 Women in OMS Symposium

Invisian Medical was pleased to support the 2021 Women in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Symposium held March 5 and 6, 2021. This was the third annual symposium, which was developed to bring together female Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons from across the country to discuss career development and personal success in the evolving, but still male-dominated profession.


Please Contact Invisian Medical For Clinical Support

(913) 228-1857 | info@minneties.com

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