Fundamentals of Facial Prosthetics
Robert E. McKinstry
ABI Professional Publications, Jan 1, 1995 - Medical - 208 pages
Fundamentals of Facial Prosthetics is a timely and complete guide to the field of facial reconstruction. It provides essential "how-to" information on facial prosthetic rehabilitation for professionals in the medical, dental, and ancillary health care fields involved in prescribing, fabricating, or placing a facial prosthesis for patients who have lost a portion of their face through surgical removal secondary to cancer, birth defects, or trauma.
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