3D Printing Used to Give a New Nose to a Badly Burned Young Boy

Dr. Tal Dagan, an ENT facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon affiliated with the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE) succeeded in the total reconstruction of a nosefor a burn victim, 15 year old Dalan Jennet from Majuro, Marshall Islands. At the age of nine, Dalan, while climbing a coconut tree fell and hit a …

14-Year-Old Receives First 3D-Printed Nose in the US

A 14-year-old boy has become the first patient in the US to undergo a successful nose transplant using 3D printing technology after his face was disfigured when he fell on a live power line. Reconstructive surgery on the human nose is not uncommon, but until now, doctors in the US had not been able to …

New 3D printed nose implant is fully functional

A young boy now has a chance to lead a normal life thanks to 3D printing technology and some pretty ingenious doctors. Dallan Jennet was just nine years old when he fell on a live power line. His face was severely burned, and he lost almost the entirety of his nose. Dallan may have had to live …

Dallen’s Surgical Correction

If you’ve been keeping up with the mission, you likely know about Dallen, the resilient teen who lost his nose in a terrible electrical accident while young and had it reconstructed in 2015 by surgeon Tal Dagan. Raised in Majuro, Marshall Islands, Dallen first met Dr. Dagan during one of Canvasback’s ENT missions. Dagan immediately knew what he …

Thanks to 3D Printing, a Badly Burned Young Boy Has a New Nose

Six years ago, a nine-year-old boy named Dalan Jennet fell from a tree onto a live power line, badly burning his entire face. Doctors were able to save him, but the Marshall Islands boy lost most of his vision and was left without a nose. Traumatized, he stopped going to school and spent most of …

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai Surgeons Perform Nose “Transplant” for Injured Boy

For the first time in the United States, a patient has undergone a complex and intricate series of surgical procedures to implant a fully functional 3D printed model of a nose after a tragic accident disfigured his face. The procedures were performed at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE). “The procedure …

14-year-old receives fully functional 3D-printed nose implant

The teenager lost his nose from burns after falling on a live power line when he was nine. NEW YORK, Dec. 31 (UPI) — A 14-year-old who lost his nose in an accident is thought to be the first person in the United States to have received a 3D-printed nose, restoring his senses of smell and …

EXCLUSIVE: NYC surgeon rebuilds teen’s already reconstructed nose from breakthrough transplant

A Marshall Islands teen underwent a grueling 10 hours of surgery Friday to rebuild his already reconstructed nose after an infection left him disfigured for the second time. Dallan Jennet, 16, was forced to go under the knife nearly a year after Manhattan surgeon Dr. Tal Dagan performed a breakthrough procedure to repair the nose …

UFC’s Akira Corassani sporting new nose after plastic surgery

Akira Corassani’s nose is on the mend. With an assist from the UFC. The “€œUltimate Fighter” alum had his schnoz broken in five places Saturday night by a Maximo Blanco illegal knee at the TUF Finale. He posted photos Tuesday on his Twitter and Instagram of his face post-surgery. Corassani, 31, wrote on Twitter he got more than …

3D Printing Helps Doctors Give Badly Burned Boy A New Nose

at the age of 15, Dalan is getting a second chance at a normal life after doctors at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai came up with a way to rebuild his nose using cutting edge medical technology. Dalan lost his nose when he fell onto a live power line at …

New York City surgeon restores disfigured teen’s nose in breakthrough transplant

A terrible accident when he was 9 left Dallen Jennet disfigured and missing his nose. The Marshall Islands boy resigned himself to a life alone, a life of staying out of sight so nobody would stare at him. He stopped going to school after his accident and spent five years in self-imposed isolation — until …

14-year-old receives first 3-D printed nose in US

Reconstructive surgery on the human nose isn’t uncommon, but until now, doctors in the United States haven’t been able to replicate and restore the body part to its full functionality. Dallan Jennet, a 14-year-old boy from the Marshall Islands, a country that lies near the equator in the Pacific Ocean, is the first patient in …

3D printing helps doctors give badly burned boy a new nose

When Dalan, a teenage boy from the Marshall Islands in the Pacific, was 9 years old, he had a tragic accident that changed his life forever. He fell onto a live power line, severely burning his entire face. His injuries were so extensive, he was left without a nose. Now, at the age of 15, Dalan is …

Subway Noise Is Slowly Making You Deaf

When it’s not holding straphangers hostage for several hours on a Friday, the subway is also responsible for gradually making us deaf! Working with am New York, an audiologist used a sound measuring device to determine that trains arriving and leaving various city stations produce noise that ranges from 92 to 102 decibels, which can …

Westone Laboratories Hearing Healthcare News: New York City Has a Serious Noise Problem

New York City is known for a lot of things; the Empire State Building, Times Square, the New York Times, the Yankees, etc. But one element of the city has gained a reputation throughout each borough since the early 1950’s. And no, it isn’t the smell. It is subway noise. As steel train cars break …

MTA train noise is much worse for our health than we knew: study

There’s no ignoring that screeching sound or the damage it could be doing to your ears every time you hear it. “It’s one of those things you don’t realize until it’s too late,” said Dr. Christopher Hertget. Audiologist, Dr. Hertget recently put the subways to the test. Of the sample he took, Union Square 4, …

LOUD SUBWAY TRAINS CAN BE A PAIN IN THE EAR

New Yorkers are resigned to a life of noise, particularly while riding through the city’s 109-year-old subway system. But the heavy machinery and train cars that create a metal-on-metal cacophony can be harmful to your ears, experts say. “What you’re essentially doing is stressing out your ears,” said Dr. Chris Herget, an audiologist who practices …

SUBWAY NOISE CAN DAMAGE YOUR EARS, SAY EXPERTS

New Yorkers are resigned to a life of noise, particularly while riding through the city’s 109-year-old subway system. But the heavy machinery and train cars that create a metal-on-metal cacophony can be harmful to your ears, experts say. “What you’re essentially doing is stressing out your ears,” said Dr. Chris Herget, an audiologist who practices …