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Isolated Finger Removal (Not Conjoined)2024-02-08T18:51:15+00:00

Isolated Finger Removal (Not Conjoined)

Isolated finger removal surgery refers to the surgical procedure of amputating a single finger, typically due to a medical necessity or a traumatic injury.

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Isolated Finger Removal (Not Conjoined)

The choice to remove a finger is usually made after a careful assessment of the patient’s health, the extent of the problem affecting the finger, and the possible effects on hand function as a whole. Rehabilitation services can help patients following such treatments adjust to living without a missing finger and maximise hand functionality.

Isolated Finger Removal (Not Conjoined) at a Glance

Procedure Time:
45 minutes

Return to Work:
2 weeks

Full Recovery:
4-6 weeks

£3,000 (Fixed)

What to expect at the time of your surgery:

The surgery is performed under anesthesia to ensure you are comfortable and pain-free during the procedure. The type of anesthesia (local, regional, or general) will be discussed with you beforehand. The surgeon makes an incision to access the affected finger and carefully removes it. The incision is then closed with stitches. Depending on the circumstances, the surgeon may use various wound closure techniques. The wound may be left open, closed primarily, or covered with a skin graft.

What to expect after your surgery:

The recovery process after isolated finger removal surgery involves several stages. Immediately postoperative, patients can expect some discomfort, which is typically managed with prescribed pain medications. The wound will be monitored for signs of infection, and dressing changes may be necessary. In the days and weeks following surgery, individuals may need to limit activities involving the hand to promote proper healing. Long-term recovery may involve adapting to life with a missing finger, potentially with the assistance of rehabilitation or physical therapy to optimise hand mobility and function. Adapting to changes and exploring options such as prosthetics or assistive devices may be part of the long-term recovery plan, depending on the nature of the surgery and its impact on hand function.

Isolated Finger Removal (Not Conjoined) Prices

Isolated Finger Removal prices are fixed, which is £3,000

For a no obligation quote, tailored specifically to you, please find your nearest Signature Clinic and book in for free consultation with one of our experienced surgeons. Your requirements are discussed in full confidence in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Following your consultation, the price you are quoted includes everything and there are no extra or hidden costs. Advice, treatment and aftercare are all part of our package to ensure your experience is positive from beginning to end.

Next Steps

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Isolated Finger Removal (Not Conjoined) FAQ

Will I be able to use my hand normally after the surgery?2023-10-26T18:12:27+01:00

The impact on hand function depends on the finger involved and the overall condition. Rehabilitation or physical therapy may be recommended to optimize hand mobility and function.

How can I manage the emotional aspects of losing a finger?2023-10-26T18:13:36+01:00

Emotional support or counseling may be available to help you cope with the psychological aspects of losing a finger. It’s essential to discuss your feelings with healthcare professionals who can provide guidance and support.

Can I use prosthetics or assistive devices after the surgery?2023-10-26T18:14:30+01:00

Depending on the nature of the surgery and its impact on hand function, you may explore the use of prosthetics or assistive devices to improve daily activities.

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