We are sorry you are needing information about new parts to your face, but we are delighted to bring you these resources that can explain some of the wonderful work that can be a part of your "new normal." 

Also, please see the Craniofacial Surgery book on the web site of the Craniofacial Foundation of America and Face Value.

American Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthetics
"The Academy is devoted to the study and practice of methods used to habilitate esthetics and function of patients with acquired, congenital and developmental defects of the head and neck."

Dr. Steven P. Haug
Executive Secretary/Treasurer
1121 West Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Tel: 317-274-5571
Fax 317-278-2818

American Anaplastology Association
The American Anaplastology Association is a nonprofit interdisciplinary organization dedicated to promoting the art and science of prosthetic therapy for patients with facial or somato differences due to cancer, trauma, or congenital origin.

MaryAnne BoBrow, Executive Director
6060 Sunrise Vista Dr., Ste. 1300
Citrus Heights, CA 95610-7098
(916) 722-8168

Craniofacial Prostheses: Anaplastology and Osseointegration
A text book detailing the techniques for rebuilding faces. 

Quintessence Publishing Co., June 1997,
Carol Stream, IL
(800) 621-0387

Entific Medical Systems
Please contact for a free booklet about facial prosthetics.

7610 Olentangy River Rd., Second Floor
Columbus, OH 43235
(888) 825-8484

The Ocularist (video)
A beautiful, 8-minute, short film. Director Vance Malone honors the art and grace of one man, Fred Harwin, who creates new eyes for patients who need them. This film won second place at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. We urge craniofacial centers, schools, etc., to get a copy and to use it creatively.

Food Chain Films, Portland, OR
(503) 274-9644