These prostheses are super realistic; can you tell them apart?

Dianceht makes super realistic prosthesis; you won't be able to tell them apart!

Founded in 2005, Dianceht makes high quality, individually sculpted, custom prostheses for amputated parts of the body such as fingers, hands, arms, external ears, feet, legs, and noses.

What is an aesthetic prosthesis?

Aesthetic prostheses are plastic sculptures that simulate parts of the body; they cover up the missing part and obtain aesthetic balance. This aids the amputee in integrating himself in his social, family, and work environments.

The prostheses are made of elastomers from the siloxane family. These materials are based on silicon chains instead of carbon chains like other plastics. The siloxane does not dissolve in conventional organic solvents, such as acetone, alcohol, gasoline, grease, etc. In addition, the lack of carbon in its structure makes it very resistant to high temperatures. This material has outstanding elastic properties and excellent breaking resistance.

How are they attached to the body?

The prostheses can be attached in several ways, which varies from one case to another. The most frequent application method is suction: when placing the prosthesis over the stump, a light vacuum is formed between the plastic and the skin, keeping the prosthesis in place without fear of loosening during daily use or when shaking hands with someone else.

Can aesthetic prosthesis be functional?

Dianceht mentions that apart from the aesthetics, they also focus on gaining any of the functions by inserting mechanisms that articulate phalanges in a hand or finger and that allow the person to do simple tasks.

One of the mechanisms used to articulate phalanges in a hand

The above image shows one of the mechanisms used to articulate phalanges in a hand. These mechanisms are designed according to the requirements and measurements of each individual and they are made from very hard, but very light materials such as Titanium, Nitinol, Carbon fiber, and Acetal.

Can you tell the difference?

As shown in the pictures above, Dianceht’s aesthetic prostheses achieve a high degree of similarity to the real appearance in skin tone, texture, freckles, spots, and nails because of its custom design. The union of the prosthesis to the body is made in such a way that it is not easy to tell them apart.

How long does it take to make them?

Dianceht states that manufacturing an aesthetic prosthesis requires many working hours since it is constructed by hand and each case has its own unique circumstances, which makes it difficult to standardize delivery times. For example, a finger thimble for a distal phalange requires approximately 3 months and 4 months for an arm.

What care do they need?

The company claims that the prostheses are very resistant. However, in order to increase their lives and prolong use, certain recommendations must be followed: Stay away from or be extremely careful when using sharp cutting tools, or materials such as knives or paper sheets. Siloxane is very similar to skin; whatever can cut skin, undoubtedly can cut the prosthesis. Do not expose the prostheses to temperatures higher than 400 degree Fahrenheit. Siloxanes have excellent elastic properties, but do not over-elongate. Remember that even steel can break if enough tension is applied. Taking care of the prostheses the same way you would any other part of your body will ensure a long life.

Source: Dianceht


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  1. Hello sir/medam

    I am looking for right hand little finger can u give me a quotation and production time.

  2. Its really great.
    I have congenital problem in my right ear. That is microtia grade 2. I wana prosthetic ear. Let me know the charges for this treatment.

  3. I am very happy to see these video and i am very very hopefull for my son..kindly send complete adderess for collecting and give the suggession for my son

  4. Necesito información para una prótesis para una mano de un joven de 14 años
    Lugar donde las realizan

  5. Hello, can i have right hand middle finger?
    How much it cost?
    How could I get it?
    Pleas tell me the reference.
    Thank you

  6. I am very happy to see these video and i am very very hopefull for my son..kindly send complete adderess for collecting and give the suggession for my son

  7. My bf lost his 3 fingers when he was 9 uears old, he’s now 38 years old and he’s in the Philippines. How could you help him?

  8. Tengo una nina de 7 anitos nacio solo con una manita qeria saber el costo si es privada su clinica si aceptan medicare

  9. Hi I would like to how can I get that information for my right hand finger third finger lost want cover where can I get that please email me

  10. Hola tengo un niño de 9 años el nacio sin su manita izquierda, cuales son los costos y tambien se maneja en EUA. somos una familia de bajos recursos pero sin duda nos encantaria cumplirle su sueño de tener su otra manita ojala pueda responder gracias.

  11. Hi i would like to know how my brother can get this, because When he work in the stamp machine he cut his index finger and his middle finger.His in the Philippines right now how could you help him thanks.

  12. Hi – my husband had the top part of both of his big toes removed many years ago in the UK when he had serious ingrown toenails. He is very sensitive about this.
    Can you please advise if you can help him and what is the cost please – we are in Western Australia.

  13. But it’s in Spanish. The whole entire website is in Spanish and I don’t speak Spanish. No English translations at all and the English language is the number one language in the world. How strange and I really NEED this.????????????☹?????????

  14. Boa Noite
    Moro no Brasil perdi meu polegar esquerdo em um acidente, preciso muito de um retorno obrigado

  15. this is very interesting and very lifelike. A 38 year old son had to have the tip of his index finger amputated due to an accident which caused infection that led to amputation. I would like to know what particular website I could go to 2 find out where we may get him a fingertip. Or if there is possibly a local prosthetic shop that we could go to here in Little Rock Arkansas

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