Osteopore’s implants regrow large and small bone defects, redefining what was previously thought impossible for many.

At only 19 months, Zia Sharul was diagnosed with craniosynostosis, a premature fusion of the skull before the complete formation of the brain. If left untreated, the condition results in a deformity of the skull. In severe cases, cognitive development may be impaired — this includes thinking, problem-solving, and language abilities.

News of Zia’s condition took her parents by surprise. The young couple initially brought their first-born child to the doctor for what they thought was a flu. They were then strongly advised to get Zia’s condition checked when their doctor noticed her protruding eyes.

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