Cancer Reconstruction Surgeries

Surgical intervention is one of the main treatment options for cancer treatment. However, removing the tissues during surgery may lead to physical and functional alterations. A change in aesthetics leads to reduced confidence and overall quality of life. Cancer reconstruction surgeries involve reconstructing, repairing, or restoring the physical deformities caused by cancer or its treatment.

Our Offerings

  • Breast Reconstruction:The goal of breast reconstruction surgery is to restore the shape, size, or appearance of the breast to normal after a lumpectomy, mastectomy, or congenital deformities. There are multiple processes involved in breast reconstruction surgery. The surgery may begin immediately after the mastectomy or may be postponed.
  • Head and Neck Cancer: There may be alterations in the appearance and function of the face and neck tissues after head and neck cancer surgery. The head and neck reconstruction surgery aims to restore the facial muscles' function, fill the gaps in the cheek area, and improve emotional recovery (as an alteration in appearance may cause emotional and body self-image changes).
  • Musculoskeletal Reconstruction: Musculoskeletal reconstructions are required after resection of soft tissue sarcomas and bone sarcomas. The surgery aims to preserve and restore function, provide adequate wound coverage, and offer optimized cosmetic outcomes.