Revision Knee Replacement

Revision Knee Replacement at Yorkshire Clinic

What is total knee revision surgery?

Total knee revision surgery is the replacement of a failed total knee prosthesis with a new one.

A knee revision may require the replacement of only one implant or the complete exchange of all the prostheses that were implanted during the original knee replacement surgery.

Total knee revision surgery is when all prostheses are replaced. It is a highly skilled procedure. Your surgeon must remove the original implant, which would have grown into your existing bone. There is also less bone remaining and a bone graft may be needed to support the new prosthesis.

Knee revision surgery is a complex procedure. It requires extensive preoperative planning, specialised implants and tools, long operating times, and experience with complex surgical techniques to achieve a good result. Ramsay is pleased to have skilled surgeons who competently perform total knee revision surgery.

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