Also known as ‘explantation’, this involves the removal of breast implants for a range of medical or aesthetic reasons.
Repositioning parts of the body to reconstruct function and aesthetic after cancer or trauma, including reattachment of severed limbs.
Restoring facial movement and aesthetic appearance, resulting from trauma or congenital conditions.
Removal of tumours from the head and neck can lead to cosmetic and functional deficits. Reconstructive surgery protects vital structures, and restores form and function.