Background: Unilateral coronal synostosis can cause aesthetically unappealing plagiocephaly, which often requires surgical correction. The techniques utilized for this operation have continued to evolve. Unfortunately, some patients who have fronto-orbital advancement will have residual asymmetry.
Case: We present a case of a 21 year-old female with residual asymmetry who was suffering from facial swelling and refractory trigeminal neuralgia. It was decided to perform an additional surgery with polytheretheketone (PEEK) implant to restore normal symmetry and provide symptomatic relief.
Conclusion: The ideal fit PEEK implant provided excellent cosmetic results and the operation relieved her symptoms. We provide a detailed discussion on why PEEK implants are great options for these types of cases due to advanced pre-surgical planning technology, ease of placement, and durability over time.
Keywords: Facial Asymmetry; Polytheretheketone Implant; Trigeminal Neuralgia; Unilateral Coronal Craniosynostosis.