Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Center for Advanced Reconstruction at BMCHRC save more than just lives. We make every effort to make our patients feel whole again.
Restoring patients’ physical appearance and their ability to function normally after cancer surgery is a complex process. At BMCHRC, our entire care team collaborates every step of the way to give all patients a reconstruction plan tailored just for them. Our experts are leaders in the field of reconstructive microsurgery and perform more than 500 procedures a year. Our uniquely trained and qualified nurses, physician assistants, and physical therapists play a crucial role in every patient’s care.
- Breast Reconstruction
- Head and Neck Cancer Reconstruction
- Nerve Reconstruction and Facial Reanimation for Facial Paralysis
- Lymphedema and Lipedema
- Extremity Reconstruction including limb saving surgery
- Chest & Abdominal wall reconstruction
- Genital Reconstruction
- Hand & Nerve Surgery
Care and Support facilities
BMCHRC provides various facilities and services. Besides professional care and support, hospital management is taking care of patients’ inner comfort as well. Facilities Offered at BMCHRC includes:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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Why is reconstructive surgery important?
Plastic surgery relieves suffering and improves patient’s quality of life through the reconstruction of congenital or acquired disfigurement. Plastic surgeons are accustomed to addressing patients' physical problems, which ultimately impacts their psychological, social and spiritual experiences.
How is reconstructive surgery done?
Many reconstructive surgeries use micro vascular techniques. This is also called “free flap surgery.” In this type of surgery, the surgeon takes tissue and blood vessels from 1 part of the person's body and moves them to the damaged part.
What is the difference between cosmetic and reconstructive surgery?
Reconstructive surgery is performed on abnormal structures of the body, caused by congential defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma, infection, tumors or disease. ... Cosmetic surgery is performed to reshape normal structures of the body, usually to improve form and appearance.