A CT scan showed complete non-union of the fractured segments. Maxillofacial Surgeon Prof. S.M. Balaji performed the surgery for jaw fracture fixation. The fracture site was accessed and fibrous tissue as a result of non-healing of the fractured fragments was removed. The bone ends were freshened, proper occlusion was established, and the fractured fragments of the lower jaw were fixed with a 6-hole & 4-hole bone plate with 2 mm screws. A cortico-cancellous bone graft from the right hip region was harvested and packed into the fracture defect. The graft and bone ends were covered with a collagen sponge soaked in rhBMP-2. rhBMP-2 is a miracle protein that stimulates the body’s own cells to form new bone thereby ensuring complete healing of the bone defect. Following this, the wound was sutured.