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Not everyone can perform minimally invasive bunion surgery, or MIBS. Our elite, hand-selected team undergoes a rigorous training program created by the surgeon who developed and perfected the Bunionplasty® 360 Bunion Repair™ procedure. And we encourage surgeons to incorporate the highest standards of patient care, so they deliver the full experience – before, during, and after your surgery.

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1. Find the doctor for you.

We make it simple to find a provider trained to perform the Bunionplasty® procedure, learn about them, and see their results.

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2. Consult in comfort.

Choose a provider who offers the convenience of telehealth, or consult in person if the in-person touch is better for you.

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3. Schedule your surgery.

Once you’ve selected your doctor, their team will take over to handle scheduling and other details.

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The perfect provider is perfect for you.

Your experience with the Bunionplasty® 360 Bunion Repair procedure isn’t just about the day of surgery. That's why we support our surgeons and their practices on every detail, from your first consultation to your final post-op. Our results speak for themselves. And so do our patients.

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The Bunionplasty® procedure is a revolutionary, minimally invasive method of performing bunion surgery. It was created for all bunions, no matter how severe. It uses a combination of specialized minimally invasive methods, advanced technology, and the latest reconstructive and plastic surgery techniques.

The Bunionplasty 360® Bunion Repair procedure is a specialized type of bunion surgery. It uses a patented technique that permits the realignment of bone in bunion repair from all angles, all planes, and all dimensions at all times to position and fixate the bone in bunion repair. It also incorporates plastic surgery approaches that lead to a more attractive, aesthetically pleasing result. It works with a patient’s body and lifestyle, for a whole-person recovery across all areas of life.

Minimally invasive bunion surgery (MIBS) uses tiny incisions on the foot, instead of the longer, larger incisions used in traditional techniques. Those smaller incisions allow the surgeon to use a burr, rather than a saw, to cut the bone. Because minimally invasive surgery causes less disruption to soft tissue like skin, muscle, and ligaments, the foot is often less swollen and painful following surgery, with little to no scarring once fully healed.

Bunions are a medical problem, not a cosmetic one – even though the Bunionplasty® 360 Bunion Repair procedure is performed through tiny incisions like the ones used in laparoscopy or plastic surgery. In many cases, private health insurance companies and Medicare consider bunion surgery medically necessary, so find the doctor who’s right for you, and work with them and your insurance provider to determine your coverage.

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This website describes typical recovery timelines and results for the Bunionplasty® 360 Bunion Repair™ procedure; however, each patient is different and all medical decisions, including No Casts No Crutches® and same-day walking recovery in a surgical sandal, are are at the doctor’s sole discretion, in close communication with the patient. As a medical device manufacturer, Voom™ Medical Devices, Inc., cannot and does not provide any opinions or other medical advice to patients, nor can it recommend or endorse any particular provider. Please see Patient Risk for more information, and always contact your doctor for medical advice.

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