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Maxillofacial Prosthetics

Maxillofacial Prosthetics is a highly specialised aspect of prosthetic rehabilitation. It is the prosthetic rehabilitation of the head and neck areas where they are either defective or completely missing due to injury, surgery, growth defects, disease or congenital malformation.
Orbital Prosthetics

The silicone eye prosthesis is designed to restore lost tissue of the orbital area, including the eye, eyelids and associated tissue.

The eyeball is custom fabricated to match size, colour and appearance of the opposing eye as closely as possible and the prosthesis is carefully carved to appear natural and provide a realistic match to the constantly changing eye. Eyelashes and eyebrows are added to increase the natural appearance.

Spectacles can also be provided with a graduated tint to allow for any slight colour imbalance that may arise due to the constantly changing natural skin tones.

Nasal Prosthetics

The nasal prosthesis aims, either fully or partially, to restore the lost tissue of the external nose.

The silicone prosthesis is a great benefit to those who wear glasses, and provides much needed mucosa protection.

Auricular Prosthetics

The ear prosthesis aims to partially or fully restore the external ear.

The silicone prosthesis improves appearance and as with the nasal prosthesis, is of particular benefit to those who wear glasses, providing much needed support.

What is a prosthesis?

A prosthesis is an artificial substitute for a missing part of your body.

Medical prostheses artificially restore patients who have facial or body defects due to malignancy, congenital deformity, or trauma. They offer hope to patients who cannot be surgically reconstructed and are used as a temporary measure for patients who are awaiting surgical reconstruction.

In order for the prosthesis to appear life like, every texture, form and pigmentation must be carefully matched. This requires several clinic visits as well as extensive laboratory work.


Our Services

CM Prosthetics provide specialist prosthetic services to both the National Health Service and the independent sector.

What care will my prosthesis need?

The type of care needed will depend on the materials used and the type of prosthetic.

Once we have fitted your new prosthesis we will supply you with all the information you need to care for it. We will also arrange for a follow-up appointment, to ensure that there are no problems with your prosthesis and that you are completely happy.

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