Reconstructive & Maxillofacial Surgery
Reconstruction of breast preserves the feminine image & enhances the self-esteem of the patient. Techniques include insertion of silicone implants, usage of patient’s own muscle & fatty tissue (flap) or a combination of both.
Facial fractures are reduced & fixed according to the AOCMF principles with titanium plates & screws. All incisions are hidden to avoid ugly scars on the face.
Children & adults with burns wounds are assessed and managed accordingly. Burns can be caused by fire, hot water or soup, chemicals (acid or alkali) or electrical injury.
Skin cancers can affect any part of our body. Adequate excision and careful reconstruction is important to avoid disfigurement and functional compromise.
Carpal tunnel release surgery relieves symptoms caused by compression of the median nerve in the hand. It is a simple surgery performed as a day case.
Trigger finger causes clicking & catching of the finger during movements. Symptoms range from mild clicking to painful fixed flexion deformities with inability to straighten the finger.
Dupuytren’s disease is rare in Asians but very common in Europeans, Australians & North Americans. It is a debilitating disease which causes the fingers to gradually flex in a fixed position. Surgical excision of the diseased fascia is the treatment of choice.
Finger & hand which are traumatically amputated (cut off) can potentially be reattached by micro surgical technique to repair the nerves & blood vessels.
All our breast augmentation cases are done in a hospital under general anaesthesia. This is the safest and most comfortable way to do the surgery. The hospital also requires all surgeons to be properly qualified and credentialed before being allowed to perform breast augmentation surgery.