Robert Barron has been working with prosthetics for over three decades. While at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Robert was renowned for creating highly sophisticated and undetectable disguises for secret agents as a Senior Disguise Specialist. Blending this unique background with extensive education and research in the private sector, his design, development, and creation of state-of-the-art adult and child prosthetics consistently challenges the status quo.
Robert’s career has centered on sophisticated laboratory procedures for the improvement and implementation of reconstructive design. He works closely with patients and their physicians, while focusing on the patient’s hopes and expectations. His goal is to provide exquisitely personalized, realistic, and functional silicone prosthetics.
Today, he produces custom made prosthetic devices for patients with conditions resulting from trauma, disease, and congenital defects.
View Robert’s Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Citation for the Career Intelligence Medal and read the article “Saving Faces”, which appeared in Washingtonian Magazine, highlighting his work in custom prosthesis.