Surgical repairs can be amazing ways to restore functionality and confidence to the one going under the knife. There are thousands, if not millions, to ways to go about it, but this one is a completely new one.
Stephen Power from Cardiff had a tragic injury in 2012 that left much of his face damaged. He survived thanks to his helmet, but it still left much of his face injured. With 3D printing surgeons from the Centre for Applied Reconstructive Technologies in Surgery, or CARTIS, were able to completely reconstruct his face. What’s even more amazing is that they could do it during the surgery.
3D printing has come a long way and has been able to do almost anything the mind can imagine, but being able to rebuild a face is a whole new level.
CARTIS Has Used 3D Printing for Surgical Repairs
1. 3d-printed Facial Reconstruction - The trend of 3D-printed facial reconstructions is disrupting the healthcare industry and offering new ways to approach surgical repairs.
2. On-demand Medical Technology - The trend of on-demand medical technology is disrupting the traditional surgery approach, enabling surgeons to reconstruct facial features during the procedure.
3. 3D Printing Advancements - The trend of 3D printing advancements is opening up new possibilities for medical professionals to approach surgical repairs.
1. Healthcare - The healthcare industry is being disrupted by 3D-printed facial surgeries, which are revolutionizing medical technology and surgical techniques.
2. Medical Technology - The medical technology industry is being transformed by on-demand 3D printing capabilities that enable surgeons to execute facial reconstruction during surgical procedures.
3. Surgery - The surgery industry is being reshaped by 3D printing advancements that offer new options for approaching facial reconstruction and surgical repairs.