Restorative Finger and Hand Prostheses
Our Custom Prostheses Look Good Close-Up or Across the Room!
With our prostheses, you have an opportunity to improve your life by restoring your hand’s natural look and providing additional function. These prostheses are custom-painted on the inside of a highly detailed outer skin which increases durability and an unsurpassed life-like appearance. It mimics the three human skin layers, the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous. The epidermis contains the fingerprints, pores, and creases, and distinguishes ours from others.
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I am very appreciative of all the hard work everyone put into making my prosthesis as realistic as possible. My family and friends are as impressed with how life-like it is.
Having this prosthesis done was a great experience. I want to thank you for all your hard and gorgeous work. This prosthesis resembles all the effort and love you placed into making it possible.
Four Keys to an Excellent Prosthetic Finger
- 1. Character
A finger prosthesis should be similar in character to the existing fingers. Look closely at your real skin: the precise shape to each finger, the lines under each knuckle, and the way that fingerprints go all the way down (not just the tips). Fingernails should be natural to the individual.
- 2. Color
A finger usually has color variation throughout its length. Whether this means a rosier color tone towards the tips, or a blotchy look to the palm-side skin, each finger is detailed and unique. Look for a prosthetic finger that is designed to identify and imitate these details.
- 3. Fit
To best fit the residual limb, a prosthetic finger should be custom made. The inside of the finger prosthesis will be created to fit directly onto a specific and individual residuum. This will help the prosthesis stay on properly, and will also protect the flesh underneath even as it helps to restore the finger’s function.
- 4. Durability
Prosthetic fingers made with inexpensive silicone will tear and quickly be rendered useless. Prostheses created out of medical grade silicone are stronger, and prevent the skin from becoming irritated. This also allows the prosthesis to be stable in shape and size.