Rajebahadur

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PLASTIC SURGERY

Rajebahadur Hospital and Research Center Pvt.Ltd. has always been at the forefront of top-class, state-of-the-art medical care in the city of Nashik. As a Nashik based medical care group, we have always strived towards improving the lives of the citizens of Maharashtra. For the past 24 years, since 1992, Rajebahadur Hospital and Research Center Pvt.Ltd.(ISO9001/2008), has been serving the citizens of Nashik with the aim to provide all-round holistic medical treatment. It is a testament to our total commitment to human health. Our sister concern Rajebahadur Heart Foundation Pvt.Ltd.is the first heart care centre in Northern Maharashtra.

Rajebahadur Hospital and Research Center Pvt.Ltd. is proud of its legacy and lasting impact on the city of Nashik and we endeavour to continue serving Nashik and the rest of Maharashtra with great pride and distinction.

Joint Replacement Surgeon in Nashik | Eye specialist in Nashik
Joint Replacement Surgeon in Nashik | Eye specialist in Nashik

Introduction

Modern surgery has developed to such an extent that the body of knowledge and technical skills required have led to surgeons specialising in particular areas, usually an anatomical area of the body or occasionally in a particular technique or type of patient.

There are ten surgical specialities and this briefing covers plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Joint Replacement Surgeon in Nashik | Eye specialist in Nashik

Plastic Surgeons Nearly All Subspecialise While Providing A More General Service To A Large Population. Among The Most Common Specialisms Are:

+ The principle sub specialties of plastic surgery
Joint Replacement Surgeon in Nashik | Eye specialist in Nashik

Plastic Surgeons Nearly All Subspecialise While Providing A More General Service To A Large Population. Among The Most Common Specialisms Are:

  • Congenital – treatments for conditions like cleft lip and palate, facial and ear deformities and craniofacial defects, hypospadias or other genito-urinary anomalies, upper limb anomalies and congenital skin conditions.
  • Breast surgery – reconstruction following cancer, congenital anomalies, cosmetic breast surgery
  • Skin – excision and reconstruction or benign and malignant; management of skin cancer metastases in lymph glands and elsewhere
  • Trauma – reconstructive repair of facial trauma; lower limb trauma including open fractures and burn injury.
  • Cancer – removal of malignant tumours and benign lesions of skin; breast reconstruction following cancer treatments; treatment of and reconstruction after others, such as sarcoma, “head and neck” cancer, perineal cancers
  • Hand and upper limb surgery – specialist treatment for a particularly complicated body area where the function is vital for quality of life. Dealing with congenital hand abnormalities; repair of injuries to the hand and upper limb and treatment of degenerative hand disease.
  • Aesthetic surgery – often called “cosmetic surgery” the changing of appearance by choice and not for the treatment of disease. Although not usually available on the NHS, aesthetic surgical principles inform the reconstructive work that plastic surgeons do and so there are important links between reconstructive and aesthetic procedures