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Micro-Surgical Reconstruction

What is Micro Surgical Reconstruction?

Micro-surgical reconstruction is a surgical technique that involves using microscopes and specialized instruments to perform complex procedures that require precision at a microscopic level. This technique is often used in reconstructive surgery to repair or restore damaged tissues or organs, such as in breast reconstruction after mastectomy, or in the repair of nerves, blood vessels, and other small structures.


The length of micro-surgical reconstruction can vary from 6 to 8 hours, and in some cases, the surgery may be performed in multiple stages.


The recovery period for micro-surgical breast reconstruction can vary depending on several factors. However, in general, patients can expect to spend seven weeks recovering after micro-surgical breast reconstruction.


In general, micro-surgical breast reconstruction is performed under general anesthesia, which means that the patient will be asleep and will not feel any pain during the procedure.

Benefits of Micro Surgical Breast Reconstruction

check Natural-looking results

check Long-lasting results

check Improved body contouring

check Reduced risk of complications

check Improved quality of life

check Preservation of nipple sensation

Who Qualifies for Microsurgical Reconstruction?

Microsurgical breast reconstruction is a potential option for numerous patients who have undergone breast removal as part of their treatment for breast cancer or another severe illness. It is a suitable alternative, particularly for those who have received radiation therapy to the chest.

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