Plastic Reconstructive Surgery

The process of reconstructing something after it has been damaged or destroyed is referred to as "reconstructive." Birth defects, accidents, illnesses, and ageing can all result in facial and physical deformities requiring restorative plastic surgery. Examples of reconstructive surgery include cleft lip and palate repaqir and breast reconstruction. Reconstructive plastic surgery is commonly used to enhance bodily function, but it may also be used to resemble or improve a natural appearance. Because reconstructive surgery is considered medically necessary, most health insurance companies pay for it.

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