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M3dical was founded on the idea that medical imaging studies should not only be used for diagnosis but that they should drive clinical treatment. This principle has propelled development of world-leading surgical planning and clinical transfer tools, which guide how reconstructive surgery is done today.


This also gives us a unique perspective on surgical planning and common challenges faced by surgical teams every day. We’ve used that knowledge to further our product line into new and exciting areas


M3dical is 3d printing for healthcare. We make medical models for surgical planning & surgical guides using 3dprinting technology.


3D Printing: a tool for precision and personalized medicine


3D printed models provide better spatial comprehension of patients' anatomy  allowing selection of optimal, patient-specific treatment strategy. Preoperative simulation and surgical planning using these models minimizes actual operating time and cost associated with the use of surgical rooms. The time that the patient has to remain under general anesthesia and other potential complications are subsequently reduced leading to shortened hospital stay and decreased need for follow up procedures. Models can also been used to design implants and prosthesis that are customized to each patient. 


3D printed models allow patients who typically don’t have years of medical training, to gain deeper understanding of the planned procedure and alternatives before deciding to proceed with a treatment. 3D models are also superb educational tools for teaching anatomy, pathology and surgical techniques to trainees. Bioprinting, which involves printing of live cells and viable tissues that can potentially be implanted into human beings is currently an active filed of research


Helping create a medical revoulution 


Medical Modeling | Medical Scans | Conversion 

Image Processing | Surgical Planning

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“The life so short, the craft so long to learn."  


"3D Printers Are Reshaping Medicine"


"Medical 3-D Printing Will 'Enable a New Kind of Future'"

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