Crafting facial prosthetics requires a combination of fine art and medical skills. Greg Gion, an anaplastologist, comes from a fine arts background and has been designing facial prostheses since the 1980s. Most of the pieces he makes are for people who have lost facial features to either cancer or accidents.
Special thanks to Gregory G. Gion, MMS, CCA, BOCP/founder, The Medical Art Prosthetics Clinics: http://www.medicalartprosthetics.com/
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i can’t believe all the comments are ”i got your nose!” jokes. this man is such an amazing artist and what he does changes peoples lives. he is such a good person and extremely talented on what he does. i admire him so much
It's amazing. I admit, despite having decent manners it's super duper hard to not be rude or make people with such painful looking wounds uncomfortable when talking to them. With these? Man. It's amazing. I'm amazed and thankful these exist for both my own and their sake.
What if you get a tan and the prosthetic no longer matches your skin color? Do you get one for summer and one for winter or do you just have to avoid the sun all together? It might be a stupid question but I can't help but wonder.
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