Posts Tagged ‘Hand Reconstruction’

Reconstructive Plastic Surgery Success Stories

Monday, April 8th, 2013

Plastic surgery often gets a bad rap, but it has some unbelievable success stories that prove it can truly work miracles. The Huffington Post, UK Edition recently discussed some of these amazing feats, touching on the stem cell surgery that “allowed Katie Piper to partially regain her sight after being blinded by an acid attack” [...]

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Hand Reconstruction Helps Patients Return to their Normal Lives

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

The ultimate goal of hand reconstruction is to restore the normal utility, and then appearance, of the hand. Hand reconstruction proved crucial in the emergency case of West Palm Beach resident and student athlete Will Claunch. It was just another ordinary day at football practice at Claunch’s high school. While making a tackle, the middle [...]

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