reconstructive surgery

In which cases is Reconstructive Surgery performed?

reconstructive surgery

Reconstructive or reconstructive surgery seeks to restore or correct function and physical appearance in obvious injuries in the main areas of the body, caused by trauma, infection, tumors, congenital anomalies, growth or development problems and / or diseases. This important intervention also adds an essential restorative psychological component.

Reconstructive plastic surgery has a concept of aesthetic operation that seeks to improve the appearance of certain structures of the body that present an anomaly. However, in some cases they are performed to restore a body function that is not in adequate shape and makes it difficult for the area to function properly.

So, reconstructive surgery makes use of innovative surgical techniques to restore the areas of the body that have lost their normal characteristics or that, directly, have partially or totally lost their function, thus achieving their original anatomical structure.

It is important to mention that this complex procedure should only be performed by professionals like the best plastic surgeon in Delhi.

If you are thinking of undergoing reconstructive surgery, in this article you will find the necessary information to make that decision, we will clarify all your doubts and eliminate fears about this type of intervention.

Areas in which Reconstructive Surgery is applied

Thanks to the evolution of reconstructive plastic surgery, operations that previously seemed impossible can be performed. Today, there are many areas in which reconstructive surgery is applied and, in each of them, different techniques can be used, according to the particular needs of each patient.

With these techniques, and supported by advances in diagnostic imaging, an anatomical map of each patient can be designed to apply the most convenient technique in search of the best result.

  • Burns in different areas of the body, for different reasons.
  • Congenital malformations.
  • Facial trauma
  • Reconstruction of the maxilla or mandible.
  • Fractures with a certain skull-facial complication.
  • Degenerative diseases such as arthritis.
  • Reconstruction of soft tissues caused by gynecological surgeries, infections, among others.
  • Hand surgery and more.

To achieve excellent aesthetic and functional results, you should consider putting your case in expert hands.

Dr. Sahil Singla, Plastic Surgeon in Delhi, has a DNB in Plastic Surgery and has training in Microvascular Reconstruction and Breast Oncoplasty.

Procedures in Reconstructive Surgery 

There are many areas in which it is advisable to apply reconstructive surgery and, in each of them, a different procedure can be differentiated.

Next, we will describe some of the main reconstructive surgery procedures.

1.- Review of scars and burns

Scars as a result of previous surgeries, trauma, burns and others, can be unsightly or produce functional damage to the tissue, making it difficult to carry out full movements or preventing the functions of certain organs such as the eyelids or in the mouth.

The reconstructive surgery scars, by Dr. Sahil Singla, plastic surgeon in Jammu, is a technique designed invasive minimally removing scars and burn injuries on the skin of the patient.

The expertise achieved allows it to offer advanced treatments to treat different types of scars, improving their appearance and functionality.

2.- Lip reconstruction

Dr. Sahil Singla, Plastic Surgeon in Noida, seeks through lip reconstruction to use advance techniques, specialized in correcting simple or complex lip deformities, due to burns or tumor resection.

This reconstructive procedure is highly complex, because it not only pursues an aesthetic rehabilitation, but also requires a great effort to guarantee the conservation or restoration of functionality.

3.- Nose reconstruction

The nose reconstruction surgery aims to restore nasal function, improve appearance, and modify deformities of the nose caused by trauma, birth defects, and medical conditions, including cancer.

Depending on each case and on the nasal defects, various surgical treatments may be indicated to obtain an aesthetic and functional improvement.

4.- Breast reconstruction

The reconstruction breast cancer is undoubtedly the most common regenerative surgery. The most frequent reasons why, especially female patients, decide to undergo this type of surgery are usually because they have overcome breast cancer.

However, this technique is also viable when you have had problems with breast implants or due to physical injuries in that part of the body.

Through the reconstruction of the Breast for Cancer, Dr. Sahil will create a new breast as close to a natural breast as possible, without interfering with the treatment and subsequent control of breast cancer.

In some cases, breast reconstruction surgery involves surgery on the other breast, to obtain results that are symmetrical in size and shape.

5.- Reconstruction of skin cancer on the face:

The techniques used by plastic surgeon in Chandigarh in the surgical management of facial skin offer multiple advantages when closing the skin lesion, reducing tissue tension, reducing the risk of necrosis and the risk of scar dehiscence, giving the patient a good degree of well-being and satisfaction.

Benefits of reconstructive surgery: 

Reconstructive surgery favors the well-being of the patient, obtaining as benefits:

  • Improvement of facial aesthetics.
  • Recovery of the normal functionality of the treated area.
  • Satisfactory and long-lasting results.
  • Significant improvement of symptoms of depression or anxiety.
  • Safe and effective procedure.
  • Returns self-esteem and confidence to the patient.
  • It benefits the quality of life of the patient.

If you are interested in undergoing any type of reconstructive surgery or any other aesthetic intervention, we invite you to consult Dr. Sahil Singla.

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