This client lost her left great toenail as a child resulting in a shortened toe that made her feel self conscious in some shoes. She also had nerve discomfort when the scar was touched. Usually we make our prosthetic nails out of acrylic, which allows the nails to be painted. In this case, there was
This client drove from five hours away for our services. She got her beautiful, new prosthetic leg cover just in time to head straight from our office to a wedding in Los Angeles.
With a staff comprised of Anaplastologists, Artists and a Prosthetist/Orthotist, our company has a very unique skill set. Sometimes, we are asked to create things we never considered. This is one of those instances which has shown us that there is a largely unmet need among injured athletes. Competitors who have suffered a broken nose
This client had a need for utility fingers at work and for the gym as well as a realistic restoration for times when he wished for increased hand function and realism for privacy. Utility fingers are made of a tougher, harder material compared to our realistic pieces and look more like a modified glove than
The typical lifespan for the pieces we create is between two to five years. Much like shoes, different people wear through their pieces at varied paces. This client- pictured wearing his latest piece- wore his first prosthetic hand from us for a whopping twelve years! His original piece was still in relatively good condition. Though,
We are proud to announce that our very own Gina Cohen has recently become a Certified Clinical Anaplastologist. She is now one of 37 CCA’s in the world. This is the culmination of years of hard work and dedication to excellence. Each day, Gina demonstrates incredible artist foresight, resourcefulness and resolve that has made her
This woman has never been able to wear open-toed shoes as she was born with under developed toes. She found Aesthetic Prosthetics on the internet and traveled with her family all the way from Holland to our office in Pasadena, California for two weeks to have these prosthetic toes made. As many of our out
Summer in Southern California means serious heat! In the midst of a heat wave, we just got a call from this client who has been wearing his prosthetic toe for a couple of months. He told us he is so grateful that his prosthesis allows him wear sandals on hot days without feeling self conscious
For the first time in eleven years, this left below the knee amputee is wearing heels again and feeling great about it. She’s ready to wear dresses and walk tall.
This client takes pride in looking feminine in her male dominated workplace. These sparkling shell acrylic tips are her signature color. This type of a request was a first for us and a fun challenge. She brought in the matching acrylic powder and it worked out great.