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Find out why you might need this procedure and what to expect
During the procedure, the surgeon will make a small cut in the knee. The damaged tissue and bone is removed and replaced with an implant that preserves the ligaments. The incision used is smaller than a total knee replacement, which replaces the entire knee joint.
The implant, also called a prosthesis, is made from metal and plastic parts. The implant for your knee will be made-to-measure so that it fits.
The surgeon will cut away the damaged parts of the bone, which are then cleaned. The prosthesis is fitted and then fixed in place using a special bone cement. The wound is closed using either stitches or clips and a dressing is applied.
As a private patient, you can now choose to have a robotics-assisted partial knee replacement with an expert surgeon at one of our hospitals.
The NAVIO Surgical system helps some of the country’s leading surgeons to deliver even greater accuracy during your operation, while also eliminating the need for a CT scan before surgery.
There are many advantages of having the procedure; from a smaller incision to reduced partial knee replacement recovery pain. Ultimately, the goal is to reduce pain and improve function of the joint.
The main benefits are:
Please be aware that the following prices are a guide price. Your final price will be confirmed in writing following your consultation and any necessary diagnostic tests.
The cost of surgery for a partial knee replacement
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