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Reconstructive surgery in India

Getting reconstructive surgery done in India is a very good option for abroad patients seeking a low cost and safe option for the correction of their problems. For past couple of years, most advanced surgery hospitals are successfully treating patients for their reconstructive surgery in India with very good success rate; you can see patients’ experiences after their surgical treatment in India for different treatment procedures here: Patients’ Experience. When it comes to price, abroad patients consider India as the best place for this surgery. Medical tourism has broad appeal as it is providing best medical healthcare facilities during this surgery at a cost of fraction in major industrialized cities of India. International patients are looking forward to India just because of first class medical facilities at very low price. This low cost of reconstructive surgery in India doesn’t affect the quality standard of treatment as the low cost of Indian rupee in international currency market is the main reason for its cost reduction.

It's estimated that more that one million reconstructive procedures are performed by plastic surgeons every year. Reconstructive surgery helps patients of all ages and types - whether it's a child with a birth defect, a young adult injured in an accident, or an older adult with a problem caused by aging. The goals of reconstructive surgery differ from those of cosmetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery is performed on abnormal, trauma or injury, infection, tumors, or disease. It is generally performed to improve function, but may also be done to approximate a normal appearance. There are two basic categories of patients: those who have congenital deformities, otherwise known as birth defects, and those with developmental deformities, acquired as a result of accident, infection, disease, or in some cases, aging. Some common examples of congenital abnormalities are birthmarks; cleft-lip and palate deformities; hand deformities such as syndactyly (webbed fingers), or extra or absent fingers; and abnormal breast development. Burn wounds, lacerations, growths, and aging problems are considered acquired deformities. In some cases, patients may find that a procedure commonly thought to be aesthetic in nature may be performed to achieve a reconstructive goal. For example, some older adults with redundant or drooping eyelid skin blocking their field of vision might have eyelid surgery. Or an adult whose face has an asymmetrical look because of paralysis might have a balancing facelift. Although appearance is enhanced, the main goal of the surgery is to restore function.

Patients planning to undergo reconstructive surgery should make sufficient inquiries to their doctor regarding the surgery, surgery procedures, risks, cost estimates and alternate treatments available etc. The surgery cost depends upon its complications and also depends on specific hospitals and geographical areas and even countries. For e.g. In India, reconstructive surgery is performed at a very low cost compared to that of its cost in other developed countries like the U.S. and U.K. Medical field is so advanced now days and many expert surgeons are available in India for performing the surgical procedures like reconstructive surgery. Because of these available treatment facilities, expert surgeons and very good success rate of treatment procedures, many international patients are attracted to India for their reconstructive surgery in India. Also the low cost of treatment in India makes these surgery centers of India an ideal destination for abroad natives to get their surgery. You can contact us for detailed information of reconstructive surgery by filling up an

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