Using an advanced, self-stopping, rotatory craniotome, the cranium is cut in to several pieces. The entire skull crown is dissected in several pieces and reassembled to accommodate the growth of the brain with suitable repositioning. Then the re-approximated bones are held together by a bioresorbable plate and screws. The specially designed screw driver is used which creates a small electric discharge creating a strong anchorage holding the bone in place. The entire skull cap is reoriented, approximated and fixed. The change in skull is visible in the immediate post-operative period. The usage of bioresorbable screw and plate removes the requirement of a re-surgery to remove the plates.
In future, the brain would be accommodated in the enlarged, spacious cranial vault thus all the dangerous complications have been evaded.