Anaplastologist Sophie Fleming on Facial Prosthetics for Head and Neck Cancer

Updated: Jul 2, 2020

Anaplastology Awareness Month 2020

Head & Neck Cancer, as well as skin cancer, are common etiologies for facial prosthetic treatment. A facial prosthesis is alternative means to restoring the affected anatomy when reconstructive survey is not possible or preferred by the patient. This video offers a glimpse of the anaplastology services available to patients who have suffered the loss of anatomy due to cancer.

Video by Beyond Five, Australia-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of everyone affected by head and neck cancer through education and access to support.

Sophie Fleming is a Clinical Anaplastologist at Prosthetic Art Technology in Australia. She holds a Master of Science in Maxillofacial Prosthetic Rehabilitation from King's College London. Read about her commitment to anaplastology from this Q&A interview featured by Facial Prosthetics Information & Resources.

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