Adult Reconstruction Surgery

After having a total joint replacement it is important that you follow up with your orthopedic surgeon in the weeks afterwards and also yearly visits. There are a low percentage of joint replacements that fail and require a second procedure, known as a revision. The implant may fail due to loosening, infection, dislocation or patient related factors. As a patient with a joint replacement, making yearly appointments will allow your doctor to monitor your progress and if a problem does start to occur, it can be caught in the beginning stages.

When a joint revision surgery is needed

Revision Total Knee Replacement

Revision Total Hip Replacement

To make an appointment with our revision specialist, Dr. Robert Closkey, please call 732.349.8454