Cosmetic reconstructive Surgery is also called reconstructive plastic surgery. The plastic reconstructive surgery is a specific branch within the large group of plastic surgeries in general. This type of surgery is performed on abnormal structures of the body caused by individual cognitive problems, problems of development or growth, trauma, infection, tumors or disease. It is performed mainly to improve the look and physical appearance of the patient. In short, the main objective of reconstructive surgery is to try to restore or improve the physical appearance. This branch of plastic surgery is included within the catalog of social security benefits.

What is the difference between restorative and reconstructive surgeries?

Both Surgeries restorative and reconstructive surgeries are parts of the plastic surgery. The aesthetic surgery is performed to improve the normal structures of the body with intention of increase the attractiveness and self-esteem of a particular patient.

It aims to repair and rebuild, restore, giving shape and good appearance to the affected areas or abnormal structures and outer parts of our body that causes individual cognitive, developmental problems or growth or because of scars, trauma, burns, tumors, and are deformed partially or totally lost.

It is performed mainly to improve the working demo, but also can be done to improve physical appearance.

Fields Of Influence Of Reconstructive Surgeries

  1. Complicated fractures of the craniofacial skeleton
  2. Cognitive Malformations of the craniofacial skeleton and Cara (Surgeries Cleft Lip and Palate)
  3. Recreation Skin and nervous structures of the Face
  4. Ulcers press on
  5. Varicose
  6. Live fire burns, scald, electricity, chemistry, by freezing.
  7. Recreation soft tissue associated with previous fractures or during orthopedic surgeries.
  8. Hand Surgeries: Posttraumatic recreation, reimplantation, correction OF Cognitive defects and degenerative diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.

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