Is a lifelike cosmesis prosthesis worth the cost?

While a realistic-looking cosmesis prosthesis can cost thousands of dollars, for many people, feeling good about their self-image is worth the expense. Lawyers, doctors, teachers, and others who have jobs dealing with the public on a daily basis may find it difficult to endure the stares that often come with any type of limb loss. Having a lifelike prosthesis to avoid public attention and boost self-confidence for many is worth whatever it costs.

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