3-D Printed Reconstructive Face Surgery


I haven’t done a 3-d printing story in a while, so here is a new one. This is the story of a man who was in a very serious motorcycle accident. Using 3-D technology, doctors were able to reconstruct parts of his skull, cheekbone, jaw, and nose. This operation was featured in a 2014 exhibition, titled 3D Printing: The Future, at the Science Museum in London. Read more about this incredible story at: http://www.psfk.com/2014/03/how-3d-printing-repaired-and-restored-a-crash-victims-face.html


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Dave Bove

Innovation Lover, Singer, Actor, Songwriter, Guitarist (poor one), Artist, Computer Geek, and Jolly (sometimes) Rancher...

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