Do you have a child who was born with a birth defect, such as harelip and cleft palate? Are you a woman who has undergone a mastectomy? Or, perhaps you've experienced a traumatic injury or disease that has permanently affected some part of your body that you want fixed.
Reconstructive surgery can help repair the part of your body that is affected from any of these issues. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, nearly one million reconstructive surgery procedures are performed each year.
If you can imagine how many injuries, birth defects or disfigurement issues arise in our imperfect lives, there is a procedure that can help improve the problem, whatever it may be.
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