Finger deformities occur either after fractures (broken bones) or e.g. in cases of “trigger finger” (annular ligament split, for more information see here) or Dupuytren’s disease (for more information see here).

If the deformity is the consequence of a bone fracture and it is very impairing functionally, i.e. is for everyday movements, renewed surgical separation of the bone section followed by securing in the proper position will be necessary.

Since this is the consequence of an accident, the cost is covered by health insurance. Please contact us for your individual consultation.