Exiom 3D Waterproof Casts are revolutionizing fracture care in Los Angeles and beyond. We're proud to provide this innovative technology to our Los Angeles patients.
Exiom 3D Waterproof Casts incorporate the latest in additive manufacturing technology to provide a personalized, efficient, and effective solution for fractures and other injuries requiring casts.
Using 3D scanning, each Exiom cast is tailored specifically to fit the exact contours of the patient's body. This ensures optimal comfort and support throughout the healing process.
Breathable and Lightweight
Unlike traditional plaster casts, Exiom's 3D printed casts are perforated, which allows for airflow, reducing the risk of skin irritation or infection. They are also lighter than conventional casts, providing a more comfortable and less cumbersome experience for patients.
The 3D printed material is water-resistant, allowing patients to shower and swim without any inconvenience or the need for additional protection.
Durability and Strength
Exiom 3D printed casts are made from a durable, waterproof, plastic material that is as strong as traditional plaster casts, providing the necessary support for effective healing.
Innovative Healing Support
The Exiom cast design includes the potential for integrating low-intensity pulsed ultrasound (LIPUS) devices for promoting bone growth, thereby potentially speeding up the healing process.
Sustainable and Eco-Friendly
The 3D printing process results in less waste compared to traditional cast manufacturing, and the materials used can be recycled, reducing the impact on the environment.
With Exiom's 3D printed casts, patients can choose from various colors and design options, adding an element of personalization that isn't available with traditional casts.
The removal of these 3D printed casts is more comfortable and quicker than traditional casts, involving a simple cutting device without the loud noise and vibrations of a cast saw.
Disclaimer: While we believe in the benefits of Exiom 3D Printed Casts, it's important to have a discussion with your healthcare provider about the best solution for your individual situation. Different treatments work best for different injuries, and your healthcare provider is the best resource to guide you in making this decision.