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Goals

  • Clear the scars of an accident, bite, or burn.
  • Correct a malformation of the skin or skeleton.
  • Remove a benign or cancerous tumor lesion, leaving only the minimum scar.
  • Reconstruction after cancer surgery.
  • Recent wounds associated or not with bone involvement after an accident; the repair is done in the majority of the cases in urgency on damaged tissues. It is very important to come for consultation in the following days to direct the immediate healing: dressings, ointment to apply, removal of threads, massages to be performed, resumption of professional activities and sport.
  • Correction of cicatricial sequelae, with or without bone deformity, one year after trauma.
  • Recent burn: it is very important to come to consultation after first aid in the following days to direct the immediate healing: dressings, ointment to apply, massages to perform, resume of professional activities and sports.
  • After cicatricial burn after one year, it is possible to consider a correction of cicatricial sequelae.
  • Important congenital malformation, the initial treatment is most often performed in the first months of life in hospital service. I can then perform the additional treatment (s) in collaboration with the initial hospital department.
  • Small congenital malformation, treatment may be planned in early childhood or later depending on the type, size and location of the malformation.
  • Benign tumor. The treatment can be organized in time according to your requirements and the type of surgery to perform.
  • Malignant neoplasm, treatment should be performed within 2 to 4 weeks after its discovery in some cases with possibility of immediate repair.
  • Repair after a treatment of a malignant tumor, it is necessary to wait between 1 to 2 years to continue the repairing treatment.
  • First consultation: all questions are addressed; in particular the possibilities of corrections and their progress, which may require 2 to 3 interventions.
  • The date of the intervention is set according to the personal and professional constraints of the patients.
  • An estimate and informed consent are drawn up and given to the patient.
  • Coverage of hospital expenses by social security and overruns of surgery and anesthesia fees in part or in full by your complementary mutual depending on your contract with the latter.