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Reconstructive surgery

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Delta Hospital +32 2 434 81 17 - Floor 1H
St-Anne St-Remi Clinic +32 2 434 30 31 - Route 36
Braine-l'Alleud - Waterloo Hospital +32 2 434 94 30
Basilique Clinic +32 2 434 21 11
Medical Centre Edith Cavell +32 2 434 81 01 - 2nd floor
Medical Centre Park Leopold +32 2 434 81 03
Medical Centre Europe-Lambermont +32 2 434 24 11

 

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Reconstructive surgery

Reconstructive surgery corrects abnormalities or deformities of a part of the body which causes functional, aesthetic and possibly pathological problems that may arise following an illness (for example: surgical removal for cancer), an accident (traumatism, burns, etc.) or a congenital deformation.

It often uses specialised surgical techniques such as tissue grafts and flaps, microsurgery, tissue expansion, transfer of muscles and tendons, lipofilling, endoscopic surgery ...

We are thoroughly familiar with the many tissue transplantation techniques that enable us to solve the most complex problems, particularly for:

  • Breast reconstruction surgery following cancer.
  • Skin cancer surgery (carcinoma, melanoma).
  • Treatment of acute or chronic wounds (sores, burns, etc.)
  • Hand surgery, trauma surgery (including reimplantation), and degenerative surgery (arthritis, Depuyten disease).
  • Surgery for congenital deformities (face, hand, etc.)