Monday - Friday: 9.30 am to 5.30 pm,
Saturday - 9.00 am to 5.30 pm
Unit 3, Wilmington Cl, Watford WD18 0AF

Dupuytrens contracture

Book a Consultation

Please fill in your details and we will get back to you.

    Dupuytrens contracture

    What would happen in the long run if I receive no treatment?
    Posted On June 24, 2019 macsclinic
    0

    What would happen in the long run if I receive no treatment?

    If the Dupuytren’s Contracture is not treated surgically, then the involved finger(s) will progressively become more rigid and contracted and eventually the patient will not be able to extend the fi...

    read more
    What are the possible complications of surgery?
    Posted On June 24, 2019 macsclinic
    0

    What are the possible complications of surgery?

    Infection: any operation can be followed by infection which can be treated with antibiotics. Scar: you will have a scar that will be somewhat firm to touch and tender for six to eight weeks. ...

    read more
    What are the chances of success?
    Posted On June 24, 2019 macsclinic
    0

    What are the chances of success?

    Dupuytren’s Contracture is a very difficult problem to treat. It can recur after 5-10 years in 50% of cases. The possibility of recurrence depends not only on the surgery but also on the rehabilitat...

    read more
    What happens after surgery?
    Posted On June 24, 2019 macsclinic
    0

    What happens after surgery?

    The hand is then splinted for 3 days for comfort and active range-of-motion exercises initiated 3 days after surgery. An extension hand splint is worn at night for several months to prevent recurrent ...

    read more

    Free video/face to face consultation

    with consultant plastic surgeon

    Book Now

    Insurance recognition