The Telegraph


We were delighted to read Richard Gray's article of the Telegraph yesterday. It has also been in the Yahoo news and many other papers during this Easter weekend. This is about an extremely brave man and who reveals the extraordinary extent of living with half his face missing. 

Andrew Dawood, who has spent more than 20 years working with dental implants, and has a particular interest in working with people who lack bone for ordinary dental implant treatments, has used Cavendish Imaging for essential 3D imaging and printing technologies and plan novel treatment. Andrew has placed implants into the rim of the eye socket (orbital implants), and also used specially designed implants (a special, extra long ‘zygomatic implant’) that extends across the remaining half of the jaw, to the missing side, for the anchorage of  the prosthesis.

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