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Cast Fill

Cast Fill

Plaster added to the medial arch of the positive cast. The less cast fill that is added, the tighter the orthosis will conform to the arch of the foot. More cast fill results in a greater gap between the orthosis and the arch of the foot. ProLab offers the following casts fills:

  • Very minimum – No plaster is added (highest arch)
  • Minimum
  • Standard
  • Maximum (lowest arch)

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