Artificial Body Parts for Humans
By: Sydney Hall and Gillian Gandolfo
What are they and how are They Currently Being Used?
Benefits and Disadvantages/ Risks
Economic, Physical, Environmental, Social, and Future Effects it has
These artificial body parts for humans are proving to provide enormous changes in the physical appearance of those experimenting with them. They have provided people with prosthetic limbs as well as vital artificial organs such as eyes and skin. To continue, these parts have proven to take an economic toll where some parts can range from $5,000-$50,000 and can become a lifetime expense. On the environmental side, most parts are made from common building materials such as plastic and aluminum and help provide easily manageable body parts without drastically harming our environment in the process. Once the body parts are constructed they help provide the recipient with a more normal lifestyle than what they were accustomed to and give them the opportunities to socialize with others easier making it easier for them both mentally and physically. All in all the future is bright for these artificial body parts and there is no saying as to what the limit is for them.