An Enveloped Auricular Prosthesis for Ear Defect: A Clinical Report


Prosthetic rehabilitation of the patient by extraoral auricular appliance. Restoring defect part of the ear. Improving esthetic of the patient. METHODS: Impression taking and making of the working cast. Sculpture of the wax pattern. Try-in step for the wax pattern. Enveloped auricular prosthesis made from maxillofacial silicon elastomers. Delivery of the prosthesis to the patient. CONCLUSIONS: To make maxillofacial prosthesis, the shape, volume, position, texture and transparency of the patient's features tried to be respected. One of the greatest challenges faced is to reproduce the patient's exact skin color and provide adequate esthetics