Fixation with a locking plate
If a locking plate is used, only 2-3 locking bicortical screws per main fragment are needed. One advantage of using a locking plate is that precise contouring is not necessary.
Note: If a combination of cortex and locking screws is used, the plate must be anatomically contoured at the sites of non-locking screw insertion. The non-locking screws must be inserted and tightened before any locking screws are placed.