3D printed models designed to improve the plastic surgery experience
from pre-op, to intra-op, to post-op.
Today, 3D printing largely focuses on skeletal surgery.
This left us wondering:
What about the soft tissue?
With our patient-specific models, you can utilize 3D printing to better understand a patient's soft tissue anatomy and complexities.
Rather than relying on 2D photography, our models give you the most accurate representation of patient scale and form. Baseline models provide an exact match of the starting point, while simulation models and guides can help surgeons reach their desired outcome.
Whether it is a typical craniomaxillofacial procedure or complex head and neck surgery, 3D printing gives surgeons better intraoperative reference tools and guides.
From surgical planning to reference guides for the most complex procedures, MirrorMe3D offers you full-color, patient-specific 3D models as well as custom guides and marking templates for every case.
What your colleagues are saying:
"I call this a paradigm shift. You actually have a printed scorecard telling you the volume of tissue whether it be bone, soft tissue, or fat injections that's required for the reconstruction."
-Glenn Jelks, MD, New York, NY
"The use of 3D digital technology and printing to create templates for soft tissue reconstruction...[to] have innovative clinical applications for personalized rhinoplasty."
-Philio Lekakis, MD, Brussels, Belgium
"[MirrorMe3D] is helping me on the marketing side and understanding what the patient is thinking. And, they help me design a plan and to be able to execute what I want to do in the operating room."
-Doug Steinbrech, MD, New York, NY