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6Reconstruction of the orbital floor defect

Usage of titanium with porous polyethylene

Titanium with porous polyethylene
Titanium with porous polyethylene has the combined advantages of being more rigid than porous polyethylene alone, and being less likely to have sharp barbs on the edges. It is visible on radiographic postoperative imaging.

A possible disadvantage is that drainage of orbital exudate may be compromised.

Screw fixation is controversial.