Paula J. Sauerborn, MA, CCA
Paula Sauerborn, MA, CCA, has specialized in finely detailed custom facial and hand prostheses for over 30 years. She is highly skilled in osseointegrated prosthetic techniques and
is commited to creating functional, durable and aesthetically beautiful prostheses for her patients individual needs. Her Baltimore-based practice is one of the oldest, continually operating facial and hand prosthetic firms in the country.
Paula provides prosthetic restorations for a national and international patient base. Among the diverse patient population that she serves, she brings a combination of artistic and technical acuity to the design and faithful replication of highly realistic craniofacial and hand prostheses.
Osseointegrated implant-retained prostheses frequently provide a viable alternative to surgical reconstruction. Using a team approach for patient care, Paula works with physicians in private practice as well as surgeons within institutions, such as Johns Hopkins, University of Maryland and Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
Paula believes that learning is a life long process and regularly participates as well as instructs continuing medical education courses. She stays current with advanced technologies and has a special interest in fabrication of 3 dimensional rapid prototyping models and surgical templates from imaging data and materials research.
Paula has been actively involved as a member of International Anaplastology Association (IAA) since 1987, and has served as President as well as on its Board of Directors. She has also been a member of numerous other professional associations relevant to her field including the Association of Medical Illustrators, Academy of Dental Materials, Society of Rapid Manufacturing Engineers, and Association of Biomedical Sculptors. She presents lectures and workshops both nationally and internationally.