In The Press
Since our inception, our team, advisors, and advocates have worked tirelessly to standardize soft-tissue care.
We believe in delivering better outomes, not just a better process. The following are occasions where we were given the opportunity to publicly bring to light the innovation that 3D modeling and soft-tissue planning is bringing to plastic surgeons and their patients around the world.
Junto Profile: MirrorMe3D
Junto Health spent time chatting with us on how our 3D printed models and platform are changing patient-specific care in plastic surgery.
We go through the advantages for surgeons of using 3D data for decision making during the planning and operative stages of care as well as how patients directly benefit from being more involved throughout the surgical process.
Five Companies Upgrading the Operating Room
MirrorMe3D was featured by StartUpHealth, alongside other innovators in the field of medicine, who are striving to make incredible patient care the standard practice.
All3DP: 40 Most Influential Women in 3D Printing
Our founder, Dr. Carrie Stern, was featured in All3DP's 40 Most Influential Women in 3D Printing in 2017.
Dr. Stern has co-authored over 30 papers published in peer-reviewed journals since 2015 and often participates in panels on how 3D printing can change how surgeons make intra-operative decisions.
In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD, Editor-in-Chief of "Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery" discusses translating 3D photographic images into 3D-printed patient-specific life-sized models that can be used in preoperative counseling or as an intraoperative reference during rhinoplasty.
Our models make a cameo as well as our manufacturing facility!
Insights Success Interview with Jordan
Insights Success recently interviewed our CEO, Jordan Mills, to learn how MirrorMe is leading the way in healthcare transformation.
She shares how we view the patient experience, how important communication is for building stronger physician & patient relationships, and what we’re doing to not just make the delivery of care better, but how deeply invested we are in making outcomes better.