Medical Arts Prosthetics Media Coverage

Prosthetics: Specialist gives artificial facial features a personal touch

April 10, 2009|By Angie Leventis Lourgos, SPECIAL TO THE TRIBUNE

Feature story in The Chicago Tribune.  Read more →

Best Face Forward

December 10, 2007 | By Lacey Meyer for Cure Today

Survivors of head and neck cancers are benefiting from more specialized approaches to facial restoration.  Read more →

 | By Alice Goodman for ENT Today 

Facial prosthetics can be a life-changing milestone for patients who have lost an eye, ear, or nose or sustained damage to intraoral structures.  Read more →

June 26, 2013 | By Pat Schneider for for The Capital Times

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are advancing research and new technology with 3-D printing. Read more →

February 5, 2015 | WISC TV

Gregory Gion’s artwork has also been focused on details, but while most artists spend a lifetime trying to get their artwork seen and noticed, he is difference. Read more →

August 18, 2015 | WISC TV

Medical Art Prosthetics LLC. Read more →

May 15, 2015 | The Doctors

The Doctors reached out to Greg Gion, MMS, CCA, a certified clinical anaplastologist, who offered to provide Roopa with a custom nasal prosthesis until she is old enough to undergo reconstructive surgery. Read more →

June, 2016 | The Doctors | Reflections by Greg Gion

The call from The Doctors television producers came out of nowhere spring 2015 while Greg Gion, Madison anaplastologist was preparing to travel and perform an implant-retained prosthesis with a colleague and surgeon in New York City and several in Rochester. Read more →

June, 2016 | The Doctors | Reflections by Greg Gion

Early April 2015 is when I faxed the releases and mailed my video from a New Jersey hotel actually to The Doctors producers at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. Read more →