The three-dimensional (3D) medical implants are medical devices that offer aids in the medical reconstruction procedures of physical faults and abnormalities of the body. The 3D medical implants are commonly additively manufactured using 3D printers; which allow to develop complex geometry features and customized implants specific to the patients' anatomy. The 3D medical implants technology integrates virtual computer-aided surgical planning and facilitating accurate and effective treatment of the complex malformations. Furthermore, the 3D medical implants have proved to be time saving and cost saving procedures as it does not involve multi-step surgical procedures or additional surgical tools. Over the years, 3D medical implants has undergone tremendous development and is widely used in the healthcare sector. To date, FDA has granted clearance for several 3D medical implants which includes hearing aids, dental crowns, bone tether plates, skull plates, hip cups, spinal cages, facial implants, knew trays, etc.