Reconstructive facial Surgery
Reconstructive surgery involves treatments that return the body to its normal appearance and function following trauma, tumour resection or even birth defects. The aim is to offer people with a facial disfiguration not only functional improvement, but also a pleasing facial aesthetic.
Facial Reconstruction recovery
Patients have varying lengths of recovery time depending on the extent of the surgery carried out. Often facial reconstructive surgery is carried out in stages, and will require more than one operation.
Possible risks after Reconstructive Surgery
- Bruises and scarring
- Swelling and infection
- Necrosis of the skin
- Arterial Insufficiency and bleeding or blood clots.