Reconstructive plastic surgery
Reconstructive plastic surgery is primarily aimed at restoring
the form and function of the face and body following accidents
and tumour surgeries as well as at correcting congenital deformities.
Key examples include the treatment of:
- Tumours, especially in the face (e.g. basalioma, carcinoma)
- Burn surgery
- Congenital deformities
- Reconstructive surgery following accidents
- Hand surgery
The treatment and reconstruction of these conditions can only be determined on an individual basis and depends on the specific diagnosis, which is why general descriptions cannot be provided on the Internet.
The development of an individual treatment concept requires, among other things, thorough examination and consultation.
If you have any further questions or would like to learn more about a specific procedure, feel free to email us or arrange for us to call you back or make an appointment for a comprehensive personal consultation at our plastic surgery practice.