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Pavilion  handset

In the partial or total loss of a  ear, a pinna prosthesis, artificially restores facial symmetry lost due to radical surgery for cancer, amputation for  accident, burns  or microtia grade 3 and grade 4.


The ear pavilion prosthesis allows the use of glasses, earrings or a hearing aid if necessary. It also helps the patient's orientation and balance by transmitting sound to the auditory system.


The fastening is done by means of osseo-integration implants and anchoring structure or a medical grade adhesive.


This technique is an alternative to reconstructing the ear through otoplasty surgery.

adhesive prosthesis

implant prosthetics


Anatomical reconstructions using prosthetics


Jose Luis Roche Leuba

Valencia Spain)

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