Hip and Knee Prosthesis

Surgeon Seçkin Basılgan

Our doctor, who is an expert in his field and has 18 years of experience, has been the choice of many patients with hundreds of successful hip and knee replacement surgeries.

Hip Prosthesis

Better Movement, Better Life!

Hip replacement surgery may be a solution to improve your quality of life. During surgery, the damaged hip joint is removed and a prosthesis is placed in its place. The post-operative rehabilitation process helps the patient regain strength and flexibility. The prosthesis relieves pain and increases mobility, improving your quality of life.

Frequently asked Questions

When the hip joint loses its function due to degenerative diseases or damage, hip replacement surgery may be necessary for patients experiencing pain and limited mobility.

General anesthesia is used during the surgery, so patients usually do not feel pain. Medications are used for postoperative pain management.

Hip replacements are designed to last a lifetime, but wear and tear can occur over time. The lifespan of the prosthesis depends on the patient's age, activity level, and type of prosthesis.

Post-Operative Process

Although the post-operative recovery process is difficult, you can easily get through this process with the right approach. In the first days of your stay in the hospital, attention is paid to issues such as pain control, infection and blood clot prevention, and physical therapy. Post-operative physical therapy strengthens your hip muscles, increases your range of motion, and restores your ability to walk. By managing this process with a professional approach, you can regain your health.

Processing Time

1-2 Hours

Rest Period

6-8 Weeks

Recovery Time

3-6 Months

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Surgeon Seçkin Basılgan

Hip Replacement: Accompanying Your Forward Steps!

Knee arthroplasty

Hundreds of Successful Operations!

A knee replacement procedure is a great option to combat knee pain. The artificial joint is made of metal, ceramic or plastic materials. It is recommended for patients who have difficulty with daily activities after knee replacement surgery, osteoarthritis, or injury. This surgery improves quality of life and reduces pain. Now you can regain your freedom of movement. Contact us now!

Frequently asked Questions

Knee replacement surgery is performed on patients with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or other degenerative joint disorders. In addition, it can also be applied to people whose damaged knee joint has lost its function as a result of knee fractures, excessive stress or injuries.

General anesthesia is applied during knee replacement surgery, so the patient does not feel any pain during the surgery. Medications are given for postoperative pain management.

The duration of knee replacement surgery may vary depending on the patient's age, general health condition and the quality of the prosthesis. However, dentures can generally last between 10-20 years.

Post-Operative Process

In the postoperative period, it is vital that you take into account your doctor's recommendations for a rapid recovery process. During the first few days in the hospital, issues such as pain management, blood clotting prevention and infection prevention are carefully monitored. Then, with your doctor's approval, you can return to your physical activities and complete your rehabilitation program. Muscle strengthening, increasing range of motion and walking exercises are important for a rapid recovery process. By following your doctor's recommendations, you can enjoy regaining your health.

Processing Time

1-2 Hours

Rest Period

4-6 Weeks

Recovery Time

3-6 Months