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Composite Tissue Transfer

As Alara Health Group, we provide functional and aesthetic improvements by repairing damaged tissues in various parts of the body with composite tissue transfer. With our expert team and the latest technologies, we offer solutions tailored to the needs of each patient.

What is Composite Tissue Transfer?

Composite tissue transfer is the process of transferring different types of tissue such as skin, muscle, nerve, nerve, fat and bone from one part of the body together to repair damaged or lost tissues. This method is used to treat tissue loss due to trauma, cancer surgery or congenital abnormalities. Composite tissue transfer provides both aesthetic and functional improvements.

Process Stages

  1. Consultation and Planning: In the first stage, your treatment needs and expectations are evaluated in a detailed consultation with your doctor. It is determined from which area the tissue will be taken and where it will be transferred.
  2. Tissue Collection: The necessary tissue types are carefully removed from the donor area. This procedure is performed using microsurgical techniques.
  3. Tissue Transfer: The tissue is microsurgically transferred to the damaged area and the blood vessels and nerves are carefully joined together. This ensures that the tissue survives and continues to function in the new area.
  4. Healing Process: After the surgical procedure, the healing process begins. It is important to follow your doctor’s instructions for rest and care during the first few weeks.


  1. Functional Recovery: Composite tissue transfer restores the function of the damaged area.

  2. Aesthetic Repair: An aesthetic appearance is achieved by repairing damaged or lost tissues.

  3. Natural Look and Feel: Since the transferred tissues are taken from the patient’s own body, it provides a natural look and feel.

Who is it suitable for?

  • People with Tissue Loss: Suitable for people who have experienced tissue loss due to trauma, cancer surgery or congenital abnormalities.

  • People in Good General Health: General health status must be good before surgery.

  • Those with Realistic Expectations: Suitable for people who have realistic expectations about the results of the procedure.

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