Our Process

The Center for Custom Prosthetics specializes in the provision of a full custom maxillofacial prosthetic service

Our process includes complete prosthetic clinical assessment from impression-taking, construction and fitting of ocular, orbital, ear prostheses, and maxillofacial prosthetics associated with osseointegrated implantology.

We guide the patient through each individual step of the process, which allows to the patient to become an integral part of the process of making a custom made prosthesis.

The patient is instructed in the care and handling of their prosthesis and are instructed the appropriate materials for the prosthesis.

 

Custom Anaplastic Prosthetics

Custom Facial prostheses are namely duplications of anatomical parts of the body. When an individual loses a body part due to trauma or from a cancer related surgery, this area is replaced with a duplication of this part made form a medical grade silicone elastomer. These materials are subject to deterioration from wear and tear – body oils and other atmospheric exposures and must be replaced periodically for the health of the tissues they lie against. There is no set time limit on the life of the prosthesis as this is determined by the conditions that they are subjected to surgery or weight changes.

Custom Ocular Prosthetics

  • Custom Impression of the Orbital Socket
  • Custom Mold Fabrication
  • Embedding of the iris into base
  • Custom coloring of the iris
  • Custom veining and coloring
  • Curing and finishing
  • Insertion of the custom Prosthesis

Restoring Balance to Your Head & Face

A Prosthesis is an artificial device for a missing, disfigured or malformed part of the body. The main goal of the prosthesis is to restore the formant function of the particular area involved. It also helps in protection of sensitive tissue, aids the auditory reception of the ear or if necessary for the placement of a hearing aid, or the support of glasses and also restores appearance and self-esteem. The process of making a facial prosthesis is a synergy of art and science. At the Center for Custom Prosthetics we are constantly improving our artistic and clinical/technical techniques to provide state of the art prosthetics. Skin like texture is sculpted in the facial prosthetic to replicate the patient, skin coloration are matched to blend perfectly create a life-like prosthesis. Every patient is evaluated individually to determine the best method of retaining their custom made prosthesis. The prosthesis when in place has to be comfortable and secure. Retention methods include the use of medical grade adhesives, anatomically self-retained, attachment to glasses or the use of bone anchored implants with magnetic retention.

A prosthesis will degrade after time due to use. This is a normal process due to absorption of fluids or other environmental substances which will cause a color change. Care and maintenance is very important to the wellbeing of the prosthesis.

The Center for Custom Prosthetics specializes in the provision of a fully maxillofacial prosthetic service including complete custom prosthetic clinical assessment from impression-taking, construction and fitting of ocular, auricular, nasal, orbital, hemi-facial, maxillofacial prosthetics associated with osseo-integrated implantology. We guide the patient through each individual step of the process, which allows the patient to become an integral part of the process of making a custom-made facial prosthetic. The patient is instructed in the care and handling of their prosthesis and are given the appropriate materials for the prosthesis.

Facial prostheses are namely duplications of anatomical parts of the body. When an individual loses a body part due to trauma or from a cancer-related surgery, this area is replaced with a duplication of this part made form a medical grade silicone elastomer. These materials are subject to deterioration from wear and tear-body oils and other atmospheric exposures and must be replaced periodically for the health of the tissues they lie against. There is no set time limit on the life of the prosthesis as this is determined by the conditions that they are subjected to. Most insurance’s approve these replacements due to medical necessity.

We have more than 50 years of experience using advanced prosthetics technology to provide our patients with high quality prosthetics. The prosthetics we provide are easy to maintain and clean. Do you have further questions or concerns about a facial prosthesis? Please call us today at (239) 231-1796 if you have any questions or are ready to schedule an appointment.

My husband learned of your website and David Trainer by word of mouth. After researching your site with others and with prayerful consideration I felt compelled to pursue your company for my orbital prosthesis.

Sherry R.

Prosthesis: Orbital

Are You Ready To Restore Your Quality Of Life?

 

Naples Office

1175 Creekside Parkway, Suite 400
Naples, FL 34108
Monday–Friday 8:00 – 4:30 PM

MIAMI Office

9150 S.W. 87 Avenue, Suite B-100A
Miami, FL 33176
By Appointment Only

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