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Dupuytren’s in Plano, TX

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Dupuytren’s in Plano, TX

Dupuytren's in Plano, TX

Dupuytren’s disease can affect tissue in the hands and fingers, limiting movement and creating deformities. If you are located in Dallas, Plano, Frisco, or any neighboring Texas communities, you can trust the experienced staff at the Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas for your Dupuytren’s surgery.

What is Dupuytren’s?

Dupuytren’s is a disease that causes tissue in the hand to thicken. As this tissue thickens and spreads, it can also begin to affect the fingers. Patients who suffer from Dupuytren’s may experience deformities or difficulty using their hands or fingers. At the Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas, we perform surgery to remove the diseased tissue and restore function and form to the hands.

How Much Does Dupuytren’s Surgery Cost in Plano, TX?

The cost of your Dupuytren’s surgery will depend on the extent of treatment necessary to deliver the optimal results. At the Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas, we offer flexible financing options and accept all major credit cards to keep these treatments affordable and accessible. We also accept virtually all major insurance plans and participate in Texas Workers’ Compensation.

How is Dupuytren’s Surgery Performed?

Dupuytren’s surgery varies depending on the severity and location of the affected tissue. Typically, various incisions are made so that all of the tissue in the hand can be seen. Then, the diseased tissue is removed as the hands and fingers are returned to a straightened position. Finally, the incisions are closed and the hands are bandaged as the treatment is completed. 

What Kind of Results Can I Expect from Dupuytren’s Surgery?

Following Dupuytren’s surgery, we recommend therapy to restore function and improve the healing process. Although some patients notice results within a few weeks, it can take up to three months for function to fully return to the hands. Unfortunately, depending on the location and severity of the condition, some patients may not be able to achieve full restoration of movement and function.  During your initial consultation, we will assess your treatment goals and inform you of the type of results that are possible through Dupuytren’s surgery.

Dupuytren’s surgery at the Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas can help patients achieve restored hand function and improve their quality of life. To learn more about this treatment, contact us today. We are proud to serve patients living in Frisco, Plano, Dallas, and surrounding areas of Texas.