Limb Transplant in Chennai

About Limb Replacements

We provide impeccable treatments for all limb transplant in Chennai. Via the best-in-class surgical methods we provide, along with the most intensive care, we promise you a smoother recovery in no time.

Osseointegration – What is it?

Osseointegration is a process that requires a permanent integration of the prosthetics into the bones. It would eventually grow into an implant. Osseointegration is common among limb replacements and the dental field. Most importantly, it has been offering noticeable results in their respective fields from the past decades.

Limb Replacements via Osseointegration

Osseointegration limb replacements require the prosthetic limb to be connected directly into the skeleton. The prosthetic implants are custom-made, using industrial-grade alloy coating. The bones and the prosthetic limb are precisely aligned and attached together. We do provide promising and successful limb transplant in Chennai via Osseointegration.

Limb Replacement

Advantages of undergoing Osseointegration

Generally, Osseointegration limb replacement provides incredible results in amputees compared to traditional methods of surgeries.  Osseointegration promotes the following:

  • Improved mobility
  • Increased sensitivity
  • Decreased nerve pains
  • Better lifestyle with no pain

After undergoing Osseointegration, the patients would have greater control over their life, including an emotional connection with their prosthetics. The direct link of the prosthetics to one’s skeleton provides superior stability, stamina, and energy directly to the prosthetic.

In other words, the patients who undergo Osseointegration are proven to have a dramatic improvement in the perception – often known as proprioception. As the prosthetics are directly fused together with the skeleton, the patients can sense and feel almost everything. From touch vibrations on the feet to stable mobility, Osseointegration offers the best results over the traditional methods comparatively.

In case you’re wondering how traditional methods work, the prosthetics could usually be an abnormal fit. Many patients can feel the abnormality in their legs and limbs for up to 18 months. In addition to that, unlike Osseointegration, traditional surgical methods for limb replacements are not directly attached to the bones. It results in the poor transfer of energy and weak stability. In some cases, it can also lead to Malalignment.