HEAD AND NECK

Skin cancer surgery – removal and treatment of all skin cancers. Treatment of various head and neck tumours (salivary glands, mouth, tongue, orbit and neck).
Reconstruction of scalp, facial and neck deformities after cancer removal or trauma, in particular defects of the eyelids, nose, ears and lips.
Facial birth deformities are repaired including cleft lip and palate and other less common defects.
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SCAR REVISION

Scar revision and removal including treatment of severe burn scars and contractures.

TORSO RECONSTRUCTION PROCEDURES

Chest and abdominal wall reconstruction after cancer surgery or trauma.

HAND AND UPPER LIMB RECONSTRUCTION

Reconstruction of birth defects and deformities following trauma. Removal of ganglion, hand tumours and treatment of Dupuytren's disease. Carpel tunnel release and nerve entrapment problems.
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LOWER LIMB RECONSTRUCTION

Reconstruction after trauma or cancer surgery Birth defect reconstruction

RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

Plastic surgical reconstruction of deformities takes many forms, deals with problems in many different anatomical areas and involve a variety of tissue types. Plastic surgeons are trained to apply their skills and techniques in original way to solve each particular reconstructive problem taking into account the state of the tissues, general health of the patient, function of the various structures and organs involved. The ability to perceive and plan three-dimensional structures and a sense of aesthetic appreciation helps plastic surgeons to restore patient’s deformities to the best possible outcome.

 

Whereas cosmetic surgery is principally concerned with appearance and function an essential secondary consideration, reconstructive surgery aims to restore function with appearance an essential but secondary concern.

The reconstructive operations offered are extremely varied and the following list contains some of the deformities and diseases dealt with: