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Joint replacement was initially introduced to treat hip and knee arthritis and has been used much more extensively in these joints than in others. Arthroplastic prostheses have been designed for shoulders, elbows, wrists, fingers, ankles, toes, and, more recently, intervertebral discs.
joint-replacement surgery has substantially increased the accuracy of the surgery. Joint replacement surgery is a procedure in which the surgeon will remove the damaged cartilage and bone and then replace it with a new metal and plastic joint surface to restore the alignment and painless functioning of your joints.
Many of the joints in the body can be replaced with artificial joints that allow the patient to regain a full range of motion and engage in everyday activities. Common joint replacement surgeries include: