The Johns Hopkins Burn Center has an organized program for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of burn survivors that has had a national and international reputation for nearly twenty years. Plastic and reconstructive surgery improves a burn survivor’s physical appearance and function, which also increases the patient’s quality of life. The reconstruction program applies the same clinical concept of the multidisciplinary approach to reconstructive patients. The primary focus of the reconstruction program is to use modern plastic surgery services that correct dysfunction and deformities related to burn injury. Additionally, the reconstruction patient is provided psychological follow-up, social work services, corrective cosmetics and other services addressing the diverse late effects of a serious burn injury.
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