Elegant Ear Prosthetic Repairs Tissue Loss From Mohs Cancer Surgery

Skin cancer of the ear still happens. Cancer invades tissues and the Mohs surgery to remove the cancer is devastating to this person. The Mohs surgery technique is very careful and preserves as much healthy skin as possible. After the Mohs surgeon conferred with a plastic and reconstructive surgeon they referred her to us for a prosthesis. Its extremely difficult if not impossible even for the very best plastic surgeon to rebuild the delicate anatomical shapes ...

2024-03-10T14:32:55-05:00February 25th, 2024|News|

Permanent Anchors and Removeable Ear Prosthesis

  Every few years our patients like to return so we can remake or refurbish their ear prosthesis. We always make them for maximum durability, but they cannot last forever. They at least need touching up, replacement, or both. Here we are holding up some custom silicone colors we just mixed to match the colors in his other ear. Our Asian friend from the Northwest US has a bar-clip-retained ear prosthesis. So, in the next step ...

2024-02-29T11:43:55-06:00January 25th, 2024|News|

A New Nose Prosthesis and a New Life Outlook for 2024

Its 2024 and the anaplastologists at Medical Art Prosthetics welcome all those in need of a smiling face and a great prosthesis. There are 6 highly skilled anaplastologists that are passionate about creating aesthetic prosthetic restorations to make people feel whole again with a renewed quality of life. We have seen many people who have said, "I lost my nose to cancer surgery, and now I can't let my children or grandchildren see me." If you ...

2024-02-26T21:06:44-06:00January 23rd, 2024|News, Patient Life|

Craniofacial Prosthesis Protects the Brain of Wisconsin Woman

Prosthetic restoration of the human body involves restoring both form and function. In craniofacial prosthetics we usually concenterate on restoring form, or in other words, restoring the appearance of the body. However, in this case we were called upon by the plastic surgeon to restore a specific function - protecting the patient's brain! Our patient was referred to our facility in Madison, WI from the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Division of Plastic Surgery following ...

2024-02-26T21:06:44-06:00December 23rd, 2023|News|

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