Burn contracture surgery

Scaring after burn injury can be debilitaiting both aesthetically and functionally. It usually affects the fingers, hands and feet, but also larger areas like the armpit (axilla), or neck, knee or torso. Ideally, good primary wound therapy of an acute burn should prevent contractures – but sometimes patients come to us after many years.
In these cases, we perform more complex reconstructive surgery ranging from skin grafting, flap surgery, Z-plasties and other therapies. Sometimes fatgrafting and local scar therapy will help to make burn scars more supple and allow stretching and better healing.

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Dr. Tilman Stasch

For further information about what is involved in this type of procedure, please contact us
on +254 725 045 705 and +254 714 144 000
or info@drstasch.com

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