The Scope of Clinical Anaplastology

Clinical Fabricators

A Certified Clinical Anaplastologist (CCA) works directly with a patient upon a referral from a physician. After a consultation the  CCA will devise a treatment plan for the best prosthetic design. A custom made prosthesis is molded to patient anatomy. The CCA has the expertise to create a life like and anatomially correct prosthetic restoration that simulates the anatomical feature the patient has lost.

Clinical Anaplastologists are point of care (POC) manufacturers who use art and technology to provide custom made patient specific external facial and body prostheses.  

Facial Prostheses

The Certified Clinical Anaplastologist scope of practice includes the following types of facial  prostheses. 

Ocular Prostheses

The Certified Clinical Anaplastologist scope of practice includes the following types of custom ocular prostheses. 

Finger and Hand Prostheses

Somatic Body  Prostheses

The Certified Clinical Anaplastologist scope of practice includes the following types of body  prostheses.  

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Other Anaplastology Devices

The Certified Clinical Anaplastologist scope of practice includes the following types of custom devices. 

Other Anaplastology Devices  

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