Surgeons in the U.K. are using a 3D printer to help them reconstruct the shattered face of man injured in a motorbike crash. CT-scan images of the uninjured side of the patient's face allowed the doctors to create a mirror image, which will be used as a guide as they cut and reposition bones, then place titanium implants with precise accuracy. The project is part of an exhibition at the Science Museum in London.
Surgeons use 3D printing to reconstruct man's face
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