Anaplastology Journals|OMICS International|Anaplastology

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Anaplastology Journals

Anaplastology journals provides articles that bestow wide range of feilds related to customizing of facial impressions or anti aging therapies or facial restoration popularly known as craniofacial prosthesis and customized dental implantations known as prosthodontics. Anaplastology is an art and science of providing custom made facial, ocular, and non-weight bearing somatic prostheses. The journal articles gives an intelligence in sculpture, Biology, materials science, superficial anatomy and physiology of humans, polymer science, optics, dermatology, oral and maxillofacial surgery and otolaryngology. Anaplastologist solely works with facial and somatic prostheses, and also collaborate with prosthodontists and ocularists. The journal articles provide the significance of anaplastology in improving the quality of life of patients affected by facial or body differences caused by trauma, ablation surgery, or congenital defect through the application of art and science to artificially restore elements of the human body and dedicated to recent research and application of the most advanced materials and techniques that safely meet our quality objectives, by restoring malformed or absent parts of the human body through artificial means. By combining technical, medical, and artistic skills with patience and compassion, the anaplastologist can create custom-made, lifelike prostheses that fit the needs of each patient. Patients suffering with dissatisfaction of their anatomical accuracy like face, hand, body and any visible aesthetic prosthesis is important in treatment. Patient's initial acceptance of and their happiness with their new prosthesis is the highest mark for the success of the treatment. The treatment procedure sometimes requires huge medical community cooperation like involvement of oral maxillofacial surgeon, head and neck surgeons, plastic surgeon, anaplastologists, oncologic surgeons, occupational therapists, speech therapists, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. This entire plans the diagnostic and treatment procedure in order to provide patients with successful prosthetic restoration and a positive treatment experience.
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Last date updated on September, 2021