Medical Art Resources

Restoring Confidence with Lifelike Prosthetics

Restoring Confidence with Lifelike Prosthetics

State of the Art (Blog)

Layer by Layer, Creating a Prosthesis with 3D Printing – Medical Art Resources featured in Milwaukee School of Engineering article

– Please click here to see the full article and slide show – Medical Art Resources joined the Milwaukee School of Engineering‘s Rapid Prototyping Consortium in 2015. As a member of the consortium we have access to the valuable expertise of the staff of MSOE’s Rapid Prototyping Center and its equipment including a variety of scanners and [...]

Follow us on Instagram @everydetailmatters

Our Instagram account offers a peek into our lab where we fabricate custom silicone prosthetics with a lifelike appearance. Keep an eye on our obsessive attention to detail by following us @everydetailmatters.  

UW Madison Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery Celebration

UW Madison celebrated 50 years of oculoplastic and orbital reconstructive surgery this past weekend! Highlights included a Grand Rounds presentation from James Katowitz, MD, Visiting Professor, Director of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. His fascinating topic was, “Balancing Function and Appearance: An Oculofacial Plastic Perspective.” Dr. Richard Dortzbach–fondly known as “the Dortz” [...]

First-ever Ear Community Picnic in Wisconsin!

This past weekend we attended the Wisconsin Ear Community Microtia and Atresia Summer Family Picnic in the Wisconsin Dells. It was a great opportunity for children and adults to network with one another as well as learn more about treatment options for microtia from surgeons, anaplastologists and hearing specialists. Kids enjoyed an amazing face-painter, a [...]

Yeehaw! International Anaplastologists Meet in Ft Worth

We just returned from the 30th annual International Anaplastology Association conference in Fort Worth, Texas. The conference gives us the opportunity to learn from an impressive group of surgeons and colleagues from around the world and to attend workshops for hands-on experience with new techniques and materials. Julie, Megan and Rose each presented during the [...]

Meet our new Anaplastology Intern

Rose Perry recently graduated from the Art as Applied to Medicine graduate program at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine. After finding out about the field of anaplastology during college, Rose found ways to incorporate prosthetics into her illustration curriculum. Her graduate thesis project combined her interests in anaplastology and advanced digital technologies to [...]

Ear Community Picnic in Wisconsin Dells

On June 25th, 2016, the Ear Community charity organization is holding a picnic at Bowman Park in Wisconsin Dells as a wonderful opportunity for Microtia and Atresia families to come together, share their experiences, and make new friends! Our anaplastologists will be available to share information about ear prosthetics alongside other healthcare experts. We will [...]

Remodeling underway to accommodate our new intern!

We are remodeling our lab a bit to accommodate a third anaplastologist! In May we will welcome Rose Perry–a recent graduate of the Art as Applied to Medicine masters program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Rose has an impressive resume and illustration portfolio. She will be learning skills specific to anaplastology during her [...]

Pediatric Grand Rounds Invited Speaker

We were honored to contribute to Pediatric Grand Rounds at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin on October 16. The title for Grand Rounds was “Put Down That Otoscope! A Primer on Congenital External Ear Anomalies.” Presenters included David Beste, MD, Associate Clinical Professor of Otolaryngology, CHW, MCW, Sachin Pawar, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Otolaryngology, CHW, [...]

International Anaplastology Association conference in Rio de Janeiro

Julie is presenting at the International Anaplastology Association conference in Rio de Janeiro. Her presentation is entitled “The Challenges of Switching Between Microtia Treatment Options.” She presents a complex case that required months of collaboration from a Madison, Wisconsin otolaryngologist, plastic and reconstructive surgeon, anaplastologist, radiologist, surgical support staff from Vistafix/Cochlear Americas as well as [...]

Page 1 of 3123