Surgery First Done In 600 B.C. Used Today In Dog Bites

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Uploaded on August 31, 2010 by MediaSourceTV

Surge in dog attacks leads to intriguing specialty in plastic surgery

Nearly five million people are bitten by dogs each year in the U.S.*, sending someone into reconstructive surgery as often as every 20 minutes. Fortunately, as the number of dog attacks climb, facial reconstruction techniques continue to evolve, including a unique specialty that combines modern technology with ancient medicine. It’s giving new hope to those who have suffered an attack.

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Dogs, Bite, Plastic Surgery, Injuries, Science & Tech
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