Hip Resurfacing vs Hip Surface Replacement
Hip resurfacing involves replacing damaged surfaces in the hip joint with metal surfaces. This procedure can be useful for patients under 65 with advanced hip disease
Hip resurfacing surgery is an alternative to standard hip replacements for patients with severe arthritis. In hip resurfacing surgery, the implant is smaller, and less normal bone is removed. Hip resurfacing is gaining interest, especially in younger patients
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Dr Hugh Blackley BSc MB ChB FRACS is certified in Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in the Surgical Management of Arthritis, Joint Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Surgery.

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