Plastic surgeons are the specialist doctors who perform surgery to change the shape or appearance of part of a patient’s body. They are specialized to reconstruction of facial and body defects due to birth disorders, trauma, burns, and disease and correct dysfunctional areas of the body. They not only perform cosmetic surgeries such as nose jobs or face lifts, but they also perform reconstructive surgeries for patients who have injuries from an accident or for those with birth defects. Plastic surgeons are trained in tissue transfer, body contouring and laser surgery. Plastic and reconstructive surgery deals with the restoration of normal form and function. It is a varied specialty involving adults and children and encompassing a wide range of conditions in different parts of the body. Plastic surgeons shape and mould regions of the body like the ears, face, trunk, hands and other extremities. They also repair congenital problems, such as malformed bone structure in hands or feet. Cosmetic surgery reshapes normal body parts for aesthetic reasons, while reconstructive surgery repairs or replaces body parts damaged by accidents, illness or malformation.
• Breast Reconstruction
• Burn Repair Surgery
• Congenital Defect Repair: Cleft Palate, Extremity Defect Repair
• Lower Extremity Reconstruction
• Hand Surgery
• Scar Revision Surgery
Kgj hospitals is the well known clinic which offers Plastic surgeons to reconstruct your facial body defects and provide you a complete look. This is the number one clinic which has set a bench mark in this field and provides the customized solution of your problem. All the plastic surgeons of this clinic are highly experienced to handle your problem with precision and provide the satisfactory service to its clients. They work on nearly any area of the body, and many specialize in a particular body location, such as the head and neck or hands. With extensive knowledge and vast experience they know how to design a skin graft or create a flap graft and how to transfer tissue from one part of the body to another to manage complex wounds and use implantable materials, such as plastic or metal.