Graft 3DX Prost
A prosthesis is an artificial substitute or replacement of a part of the body such as a tooth, eye, a facial bone, the palate, a hip, a knee or another joint, the leg, an arm, etc. A prosthesis is designed for functional or cosmetic reasons or both. A prosthesis might also be an alternative to reconstructive surgery . for example, after removal of a nose or breast to treat cancer. Graft3D prosthetists are health professionals who specialize in prostheses. If you need one, we will work with our medical team to design and fit your prosthesis and help you use and care for it.
Highly accurate make with advanced 3D technology
Designed and developed by industry expert surgeons
Matches with human skin tone
Lifelong one-time permanent solution
Made up of biocompatible material. Non-contact scanning process.
Implantable & detachable prosthesis . Rapid medical prototyping
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One major benefit of 3D printing is that it could make the process of building a device quicker, meaning you can get back to moving sooner. Plus, you can easily customize your device simply by changing the model.
On average, from the time a patient is evaluated to the time they are fit with a prosthesis can be anywhere from 2-3 days.
Prostheses can either look like an anatomical leg or can be designed to be an expression of your personality. Alternatively, we can apply a design of your choosing.No. Our Company guy will visit your house and Scan Your hand Using Human Scanner and we will deliver the prosthetic at your door set.
No. Our Company guy will visit your house and Scan Your hand Using Human Scanner and we will deliver the prosthetic at your door set.
They are resistant and durable. Today there are highly mechanically resistant 3D printing plastics such as PETG, which can withstand continuous high temperatures without degrading or deforming and relatively easy to print in 3D. However, it must be borne in mind that they are usually reinforced, especially in weight-bearing limbs such as feet or legs.