[ UK /ɹˌiːkənstɹˈʌktɪv/ ]
[ US /ˌɹikənˈstɹəktɪv/ ]
  1. helping to restore to good condition
    reconstructive surgery
    rehabilitative exercises
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How To Use reconstructive In A Sentence

  • After the accident, he underwent reconstructive surgery to rebuild his face.
  • In late September last year, Thomas had a bone spur the size of a buckeye removed from his right ankle, along with reconstructive surgery on his right little toe.
  • I've now had two lumpectomies, radiotherapy and reconstructive surgery. The Sun
  • For many years, burn reconstructive surgery comprised incisional or excisional releases of scars and skin autografting.
  • He's recovering well from reconstructive surgery on his nose.
  • One of his specialities was portraits of soldiers injured in combat before and after reconstructive surgery. Times, Sunday Times
  • Denny Hamlin said fear of long-term disablement in his left knee motivated him to decide on reconstructive surgery sooner rather than later. ESPNsoccernet
  • Although the interosseous muscles of the palm retained enough of their gripping strength to wield a knife or an ice pick, it had taken hours of reconstructive surgery to repair the intrinsic lumbricates to the point where the thumb and first three fingertips of each hand could meet, much less grasp a tiny needle. The Girls He Adored
  • She needed emergency surgery for internal bleeding and reconstructive surgery to her face and neck. Times, Sunday Times
  • She said that she had been convinced that people could see her ports, valves used in reconstructive surgery. Times, Sunday Times
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