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AAWS Webinar: Nasal Prosthesis Design: Limitations, Compromises, and Solutions
Thursday, December 08, 2022, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EST
Category: Events

This webinar will feature a variety of cases to highlight design challenges, such as asymmetrical underlying anatomy, tissue movement, and the presence of post-surgical remnants, as well as the significance people often attach to the shape and size of the nose. Design limitations, compromises, and solutions will be discussed as they relate to sculpture development, mold design, prosthetic materials, and retentive elements. Comprehensive assessment of each patient’s needs and goals will inform these important design decisions to ensure a successful prosthetic restoration is achieved.

Presenter: Erin O. Stevens, MS, CFm

Bio: Erin is a clinical anaplastologist who has practiced in the United States Midwest, in both hospital and private practice anaplastology clinics in Chicago, Minneapolis, and Milwaukee. She earned a Master of Science in Biomedical Visualization from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2010, where she trained in clinical anaplastology at the UI Health Craniofacial Center. In the past decade, she has presented at local and international conferences about digital applications in anaplastology, as well as topics related to education and training. Erin is the current President of the International Anaplastology Association. She is also the Vice President of the Walter Spohn Trust, a nonprofit organization that administers grants and supports educational research in anaplastology. Since 2017, Erin has expanded the scope of her practice’s anaplastology services to include breast prostheses and has a special interest in improving access to breast prostheses for gender confirming care.