Finger implants can be made out of cobalt chrome or titanium using DMLS. These can designed to allow varying levels of porous to encourage bone in-growth into the implant structure (osseointegration). This can result in a good fixation between the bone and implant. Our design was created using a simple topology that conforms to the shape of the stem of the implant. This results in a lattice design that is both smooth and without sharp lattice struts at the surface which can often result in damage to surrounding tissue. The bearing surface of this implant can be polished to an almost mirror finish while the latticed surface remains more rough.