Complex Orthopaedic Surgery
1. Removing the damaged articular cartilage (a plate that assists with smooth leg movement)
2. Smoothening of the damage to the femur and tibia: These damages might be caused by degenerative diseases like arthritis.
3. Then replacing the upper end of the tibia and the lower end of the femur with prosthetic that is built up of either metallic or ceramic construction.
4. Then, the articular cartilage that was removed is replaced with a plastic spacer.