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Face Reconstructive Surgeries

We have the surgical experience to deal with this very demanding part of reconstructive surgery and we can effectively combine invasive and non-invasive techniques to offer you the best possible result.

Removal of moles, precancerous cysts and cancerous lesions on the face

Minor facial lesions are removed with laser, electrocautery or surgical removal. Minor benign lesions are usually removed with laser or electrocautery. Surgical removal is recommended in cases of suspected malignant lesions or in any other case the removed part needs to be sent for biopsy. For reattachment, all the necessary measures will be taken for the best possible appearance of the postope[..]

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Local flaps for repairing small facial defects

In case of removal of larger lesions on the face when the defect that is created can not be repaired due to the size with a simple suture the restoration can be done with special local flaps or more rarely with skin self-transplantation. These are simple operations performed under local anesthesia and are especially useful in aesthetically important areas of the face such as the nose, lips, ears and eyelids where there is no excess of loose skin.

Stem or free flaps for repairing large deficits in the face and neck

In cases of oncological surgeries with the removal of large tumors in the head, oral cavity and cervix, the resulting defects are quite large and the only option for repair is to transfer tissue from another area of ​​the body to the site of the deficit. This can be achieved by transferring a skeletal flap, ie a part of the body without being cut off from the main vessels that supply it with te[..]

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Restoration of cleft lip and palate

Cleft lip and palate are the most common congenital anomalies and result in the appearance of a split upper lip, palate (the bone that forms the roof of the oral cavity) or both. These clefts may be complete or incomplete and may be associated with other abnormalities in the syndrome. The etiology of these abnormalities is congenital, ie it is determined genetically and is created by a problem [..]

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