3D printing may allow customized breast implants

04/12/2013 | MedCityNews.com

TeVido BioDevices is developing a technology for the 3D printing of breast implants using autologous fat. The company recently secured a small-business grant and is focusing first on printing implants to fill small tumor voids and preventing tissue resorption. If successful, the technology could be applied to other reconstructive procedures.

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