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Better Together

October 23rd, 2019

Having a prosthesis made can bring up a full range of emotions throughout the process. We welcome and encourage our clients to bring close family or friends to their appointments. We are so thankful for this client and her very enthusiastic family member who came to each appointment providing positive emotional support as well as helpful critique and feedback.

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Vacation Ready

August 27th, 2019

She wanted to have a prosthesis that would allow her to feel confident

This client has a very demanding career with long hours.

with her feet up, soaking in the sun. She is getting the rare opportunity

to take a vacation tomorrow and we are so excited that she can take

her new prosthesis along!

caucasian woman wears realistic silicone prosthetic, prosthesis real hyer realism partial foot realistic toes on her left foot amputation made in Pasadena, Los Angeles, southern califlornia by aesthetic prosthetics anaplastologist

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20 Years of Prosthetic Arms

March 6th, 2019

These are the prostheses of one our first and favorite clients! She takes impeccable care of her pieces. You can see over time that the silicone in the older pieces is breaking down and also observe sculptural changes as our techniques have improved over time. The average lifespan of our upper extremity pieces is 2-5 years. In many cases, changes in the fitting needs of a client with natural body changes necessitate a new piece before wear and tear.

six realistic custom silicone prosthetic arms made by aesthetic prosthetics  in  southern california los angeles pasadena laid out on a table in chronological order

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Client Stories


February 6th, 2017

Jose, a hairstylist, struggled to find a practitioner to make prostheses that fit right for his three missing fingers. The fingers would be too big, too loose, too tight, or the color would be complet...

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February 6th, 2017

Simone marched on after she lost first one leg and then the other. She wore out many prostheses and dozens of pairs of tennis shoes and flats. But for about twenty years, she had not worn heels. She i...

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February 6th, 2017

Ted used a hook for his left hand for several years until he learned that his insurance would cover a more realistic hand. He works as an accountant, yet struggled to find a prosthetic hand that would...

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February 6th, 2017

“What was important to me,” Viola says, “was to return to independence. And in order to do that, I needed to have the tools to work with. And that tool was my prosthesis.” Viola radiates many things–h...

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