What is the Medical Art Prosthetics Clinic?
The Medical Art Prosthetics Clinic is an ultra-specialized prosthetics practice for individuals seeking a relaxed but highly focused and results-oriented approach to facial, hand and aesthetic restoration. Established in 1985, the Medical Art Prosthetics Clinic was the first full-service office, clinic and laboratory dedicated exclusively to providing facial and body prosthetics by clinically-trained medical artists. For many years medical and dental specialists throughout the country have entrusted us with the privilege of providing their patients with the individualized care and unsurpassed aesthetic results that offer the greatest chance for successful head and neck rehabilitation and somato restoration.
What is the MAP Clinic's philosophy?
The anatomical accuracy and the “life-like” quality of a facial, finger, hand or other visible aesthetic prosthesis is critically important in a patient's initial acceptance of and their happiness with their new prosthesis. A collaborative team approach certainly benefits many of our patients just as our new prototyping technology benefits others. However; no matter where your care is received, the final result - the way you look with your prosthesis in place and live with your prosthesis each day- is ultimately determined by the commitment, the judgment and the skill of the anaplastologist you have selected.
What is the MAP Clinic's mission?
The mission of the Medical Art Prosthetics Clinic is to provide not only the most faithful and life-like restoration possible, but one that is durable, comfortable and manageable for each individual. As an integral part of prosthetic rehabilitation teams, our anaplastologists coordinate their efforts with head and neck, dental and other specialists in private practice as well as those associated with institutions in Illinois, Texas, Wisconsin and other states across the country.
What is new at Medical Art Prosthetics?
How does the process work?
Art Medical Art Prosthetics we employ a multi-step process that ensures the hightest level of service that inlcudes a comprehensive series of evaluations and refinements that result in a one of kind, custom, made-to-fit prosthetic for our valued clients.
Medical Art Prosthetics has been involved in advancing anaplastology as an art, as a profession and as a science. Since 2007 we have initiated anaplastology scientific outreach programs in collaboration with The University of Wisconsin Biomedical Engineering Department's Student Design Consortium.
Clinical Art Technolgoy
Digital scanning and 3D printing technology has enhanced our Dallas practice since 2005. The same services have been implemented for our other facilities through collaboration with University of Wisconsin Institutes of Discovery/Morgridge Institute and the Wisconsin Institutes of Medical Research. Combining cutting edge technologies with formidable art skills produces the results you see in this website.
The Medical Art Prosthetics Clinic of MadisonGreg Gion earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Northern Illinois University as a Talented Student Art Scholar and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biocommunication Arts from The University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago. His clinical training in facial prosthetics occurred as part of the Medical Art Prosthetics (MAP) program at UIC where he remained on staff in the maxillofacial prosthetics clinic. Read More
Madison, Wisconsin 53719
The Medical Art Prosthetics Clinic of DallasAllison Vest received her Bachelor of Arts degree from New College in Sarasota, Florida in 2002. Her Master of Science degree was earned in 2004 from the Universty of Illinois at Chicago Graduate School of Biomedical Visualization. Read More
Dallas, Texas 75248