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Restoring Confidence with Lifelike Prosthetics

Restoring Confidence with Lifelike Prosthetics

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The International Center of Education for the Advancement of Silicone Prosthetics in Phoenix, Arizona

Factor II, Inc., Technovent

International Center of Education in the Advancement of Silicone Prosthetics

Last week Julie designed and fabricated a custom silicone ear prosthesis and a midfacial prosthesis for patients in Phoenix, Arizona. She was fortunate to work with patients at the International Center of Education for the Advancement of Silicone Prosthetics in Phoenix, Arizona. It was 118 degrees, but as they say in Arizona––it was a dry heat!  The new Center is perfect for providing patient care in a relaxed environment. Congratulations to Factor II and Technovent on their fabulous new facility!

Seven color formulae are created for intrinsic coloration of this ear prosthesis

Seven color formulae are created for intrinsic coloration of this ear prosthesis

 

ear prosthesis

A silicone ear prosthesis blends with the surrounding complexion

 

8 Comments

  • guadalupe fajardo says:

    hola, estoy interesada recibir informacion sobre las protesis de oido, para mi hijo de 16 años, me manda inf. de costos y si estas protesis las cubre el seguro medico? de antemano gracias

    • Megan Thomas says:

      Hola. Gracias por sus preguntas. Lo siento, pero no hablo espanol muy bien. We are happy to answer questions and talk about cost and insurance coverage on the phone– our number is (414) 543-1002. An ear prosthesis is considered reconstructive and is usually covered by medical insurance, although it depends on the type of insurance.

  • David Martinez says:

    Would like to get more information

  • Beatrice says:

    Hi, I would like some information on finding out a solution to my friend’s son. He recently survived cancer last year and his operation went really well as far as saving the nerve on the side of the face. He plans on getting plastic surgery but isn’t cleared for it for another 2-5yrs. He lives like a hermit. Is too ashamed to go outside, won’t let anyone visit him. Except his family who he lives with. He’s in his early adulthood. I told my friend that I’d look into more info about facial prosthesis’. If you can email me with the email I provided I would be ever grateful. This poor young man is very fortunate to survive, but he’s barely surviving as a human. Please let me know where to start! Who do I talk to about setting up an appointment? Where do we go for a consultation? Please, anything you can do to point us in the right direction. Thank you

  • Lareesa Medford says:

    Are ya looking for help? :) I’ve been in the dental field working with prosthetics and implants for a number of years now. Just relocated from Indiana, and I am INCREDIBLY interested in your work! Go ahead and shoot me an email and all attach my resume :) if you’re interested.

    Looking forward to hearing from you soon!

    Medford.lareesa7@gmail.com
    5742263740

    • Megan Thomas says:

      Hi Lareesa,
      Not sure if we’re looking for help right now, but if you’d like more information about our work you’re welcome to email mthomas@medicalartresources.com or call our office at (414) 543-1002 and we’d be happy to chat about how to get more involved in the field of anaplastology. Thanks for your interest!
      Megan

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