Bone Implant In The Little Toe?
. My ring finger is shorter than my little finger. Can the operation. I have consulted with a cosmetic doctor. But he said my ring finger tendon is small. Doing the surgery is complicated. The problem is that you have to take a new pelvic bone to add to your finger. What I’m asking, I’ve read about bone implants. Can I use bone implants so that my finger is slightly longer than my little finger? Then, if it doesn’t work, is there any other alternative to make my fingers a little longer, such as using an artificial bone and then slipping it into the knuckles? Please explain. Trim’s
The difference in the length of the ring toe and little toe as long as it does not affect the function of the foot and causes complaints, is usually not recommended for reconstructive procedures.
If it is very disturbing to your appearance and aesthetics, you really should consult a Plastic Surgeon to discuss the options for action that need to be done.
The placement of bone implants in your toes cannot be done without considering the benefits of the procedure and the risks of side effects. If the benefits are purely aesthetic, while the procedure is very complicated and or gives a negative risk to your body, of course the doctor does not recommend it.
Bone implants are usually done in cases of fractures, bone infections (osteomyelitis where the infected bone is damaged so it needs to be regenerated), and degenerative bone diseases.
The difference in finger length as long as it does not interfere with function, should not need to be treated with invasive procedures. So far, there has been no medical treatment that changes the length of the toe other than plastic surgery reconstruction procedures.
However, please discuss your questions and complaints with the Plastic Surgeon.
That's the information we can share, hopefully it helps you.
Best regards, Dr Caecilia Haryu Aryapti.