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Goals

• The best way to erase scars from an accident, a bite, or a burn.

• Correct a malformation of the skin or skeleton.

• Remove a benign or cancerous tumor lesion, leaving only minimal scarring.

• Reconstruction after cancer surgery.

• Recent wounds, whether or not associated with bone damage after an accident; repair is done in the majority of cases in the emergency on damaged tissue. It is very important to come for a consultation in the following days to manage the immediate healing: dressings, ointment to apply, removal of threads, massages to be performed, resumption of professional and sports activities.

• Correction of persistent scar sequelae with or without bone deformities, one year after trauma.

• Recent burn: it is very important to come for a consultation after first aid in the days that follow to manage the immediate healing: dressings, ointment to apply, massages to perform, resumption of professional and sports activities.

• scarring after-effects of burns, after a year it is then possible to consider correcting the scarring after-effects.

• Significant congenital malformation, the initial treatment is most often carried out in the first months of life in hospital service. I can then carry out the additional treatment (s) in collaboration with the initial hospital service.

• Small congenital malformation, treatment may be planned in early childhood or later depending on the type, extent and location of the malformation.

• Benign tumor treatment can be organized over time according to your requirements and the type of surgery to be performed.

• Malignant tumor, treatment should be carried out within 2 to 4 weeks of its discovery with in some cases the possibility of immediate repair.

• Repair after treatment of a malignant tumor, it is necessary to wait between 1 to 2 years to carry out the repair treatment.

Chirurgie réparatrice pour enfants au Maroc

• First consultation: all questions are addressed; in particular the possibilities of corrections as well as 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 established and given to the patient.

• Coverage of hospital costs by social security and excess fees for surgery and anesthesia in part or in full by your complementary mutual according to your contract with the latter.