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Head And Neck

Head and Neck Surgery

Head and neck reconstruction is required in many situations, including:

  1. After the removal of large cancers
  2. Trauma victims
  3. Burns victims
  4. Congenital anomalies

Often many tissues types need to be replaced in order to restore the function and form to the head and neck region.

We offer the following modalities of reconstruction:

  1. grafting to areas of loss

    e.g. following burn injuries, and extensive injuries of the .

  2. Local flap reconstruction

    Local tissue can be used and transferred using flaps to restore soft tissue cover. These flaps are very safe in the head and neck region.

  3. Regional flap reconstructionv

    Reliable tissue can be transferred based on the vascular pedicles of the head, neck and chest region.

  4. Free flap reconstruction

    More complex defects require the use of free tissue transfer. This is where a reliable block of tissue is moved from one area to another and its blood supply is restored using microsurgical techniques.

  5. Revascularisation and replantation

    Microsurgical reconstruction is used to restore a blood supply to a region when it has been divided (e.g. scalping type injuries or after the amputation of all or part of the nose and ear), or to restore blood flow when interrupted by trauma (e.g. crush injury).

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