From the head to the toe, and from newborn babies to the very elderly, reconstructive surgery is used to treat a wide range of conditions.
“Reconstructive surgery is all about repairing people and restoring function. It is performed to repair and reshape bodily structures affected by birth defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma/injuries, infections, tumours and disease.
Using a wide range of reconstructive techniques, plastic surgeons mend holes and repair damage primarily through the transfer of tissue from one part of the body to another. Their main aim is to restore the body, or the function of a specific part of the body, to normal.
However, plastic surgeons carrying out reconstructive surgery also try to improve and restore appearance. Wherever possible they attempt to minimise the visual impact of the initial wound or defect, and the impact of the surgery itself.” (http://www.bapras.org.uk/)
Eyelid reconstruction | Nose reconstruction | Nose traumas | Lip and cheek reconstruction | Ear reconstruction | Static and dynamic reconstruction for facial nerve paralysis | Craniofacial congenital malformations reconstruction | Facial fractures treatment | Orthognathic surgery | Obstructive sleep apnea surgery
Congenital malformations surgery | Oncologic breast surgery | Breast reconstruction surgery
Treatment of fractures and dislocations of the hand | Treatment of tendon and ligamentous injuries | Peripheral nerve injury | Fingers, forearm and arm replantations | Transplantation of upper limbs (VCA, vascularized composite tissue allotransplantation) | Treatment of degenerative diseases of the hand | Tumors of the hand | Reconstruction of upper limb congenital anomalies | Treatment of hand infections
Reconstruction of thoracic and abdominal defects | Reconstructions of congenital malformations
Reconstruction of the penis and vagina | Treatment of congenital malformations | Sex reassignment surgery
Treatment of lower limb injuries | Cancer treatment | Lower limbs replantation | Treatment of lower limbs congenital malformations
Malignant and benign tumors of the skin and appendages | Surgical treatment of hidradenitis suppurativa | Treatment of sequelae of bariatric surgery | Treatment of skin infections | necrotizing fasciitis treatment