Tissue expansion is a procedure used to “grow” extra skin for use in reconstructing various areas of the body.
To improve aesthetics and restore function following skin cancer, reconstruction plastic surgery is often conducted.
Scar revision is, as the name implies, a procedure intended to revise or reduce the appearance of a scar. This type of surgery often results in a dramatic aesthetic improvement. However, it is incapable of eliminating a scar entirely.
Cleft lip (incomplete formation of the upper lip) and cleft palate (incomplete formation of the roof of the mouth) are common birth defects affecting children worldwide.