Orbital Prostheses | Dr. Qusai
Rhinectomy (surgical removal of the nose) often occurs as a necessary treatment in the eradication of malignant neoplasms (skin cancers) such as basal cell or squamous cell carcinomas or malignant melanomas. Malignant tumors or mucormycosis (fungal infection) may also arise in the bone or the cavities (sinuses) near the nose requiring surgery that involves the nose. Mohs surgeons, head and neck surgeons and plastic surgeons often refer patients for nasal prostheses.
Nasal Prostheses | Dr. Qusai
Our design sessions are comfortable for the patient and productive for the facial anaplastologist because our specialized environment is quiet, relaxed and conducive to the unique creative technical process. Some visit us from the other side of the world for the process and results we offer.
Osseointegration surgery has become an excellent option to retain orbital prostheses. The implant-retained orbital prosthesis is appropriate for many patients of all ages.
Auricular Prosthesis | Dr. Qusai
Traumatic loss of the ear and unsatisfactory surgical reconstruction are often followed by the implant-retained auricular prosthesis as the definitive treatment. The final restoration completes the individual's quest for symmetry, anonymity and a sense of serenity that comes with having a stable and normal-looking ear.
Customizing the prosthesis to meet and match an individual's style can be achieved.
Amman - Jordan
Region, Abdullah Ghosheh Street. Address, Mamdouh Al Saraireh street - building 5 behind jaber complex