About Dr. Deepak Saini

Dr. Deepak Saini is well Known joint replacement surgeon in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Dr. Deepak Saini takes best care of all type of joint replacement surgeries, with the help of his vast experience by performing the most challenging cases. Dr. Deepak Saini is specialized in treating all types of joint problems with a special emphasis on diagnosis and treatment of even the most advanced and complex joint problems (arthritis) conditions.

Summary :-

Highest joint replacement surgeries experience across rajasthan as high as more than 9000 Joint Replacements.

One of the fastest Knee Replacement surgeon in India as fast as takes average less than 20 minutes for performing routine joint relacements surgeries.

An experienced orthopedic and joint replacement surgeon with comprehensive and sound knowledge of his domain.

Comprehensive expertise of managing all sorts of primary joints, revision joint (Knee and Hip) Replacement surgeries and many deteriorated cases.

Part of teaching faculty of DNB orthopaedics, in Shalby Hopsital

Our Services

Knee replacement

A total knee replacement is a surgical procedure whereby the affected (arthritis) knee joint is replaced...

Revision total knee replacement

Total knee replacement is one of the most successful procedures in all of medicine. In the vast...

Hip Replacement

During hip replacement, a surgeon removes the damaged sections of your hip joint and replaces them...

Revision Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement is one of the most successful procedures in all of medicine. In the vast majority...

Pelvic and complex trauma

Pelvic fracture is a disruption of the bony structure of the pelvis, including the hip bone, sacrum...

Total elbow replacement

If a disease such as rheumatoid arthritis or an injury has harmed your elbow, your doctor may...

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Shalby Hospital, Gandhipath Road, Sector - 3, F Block, Chitrakoot, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302021

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+91 9824012492

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10.00 AM to 04.00 PM

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Frequently Ask Questions

When is the right time to undergo a knee replacement?

There’s no precise formula for determining when you should have a knee replacement. But if you’re having trouble getting up to answer the phone or walk to your car, you may be a candidate. A thorough examination by an orthopedic surgeon should yield a recommendation. It might also be beneficial to receive a second opinion.

Is there a way to avoid surgery?

For some, lifestyle modifications, physical therapy, medication, or alternative treatment methods such as acupuncture and prolotherapy (which involves injecting fluid to strengthen connective tissue) can help manage knee problems. Also, you may want to speak to your surgeon about other procedures that are commonly recommended before resorting to knee replacement surgery, including steroid or hyaluronic acid injections and arthroscopic surgery that addresses the damaged cartilage. However, delaying or declining a necessary knee replacement could result in a less favorable outcome. Ask yourself: Have I tried everything? Is my knee holding me back from doing the things I enjoy?

What will occur during surgery and how long will the knee replacement operation take?

The surgeon will make an incision on the top of your knee in order to expose the damaged area of your joint. The standard incision size can be as long as 10 inches, but a minimally invasive procedure can result in incisions as short as 4 inches.
During the operation, the surgeon moves your kneecap aside and cuts away damaged bone and cartilage, which are then replaced with new metal and plastic components. The components combine to form a synthetic (but biologically compatible) joint that mimics the movement of your natural knee. Most knee replacement procedures take 1.5 to 2 hours to complete.

What products are used in a knee replacement and how are they kept in place?

Implants are comprised of metal and medical-grade plastic. To seal these components to your bone, two methods are used: application of bone cement, which typically takes about 15 minutes to set, and a cement-less approach that uses components with a porous coating that grows into tissue or attaches to bone. In some cases, a surgeon may use both techniques in the same surgery.

Should I be concerned about anesthesia during surgery?

Any surgery with anesthesia has risks. However, complication rates and mortality for general anesthesia are extremely low. An anesthesia team will determine whether general anesthesia or spinal, epidural, or regional nerve block anesthesia is best.

How much pain will I experience after surgery?

Although you’ll experience some pain after surgery, it should diminish quickly — within four or five days max. You may receive a nerve block the day of surgery, or your surgeon may use a long-acting anesthetic during your surgery to help with pain relief postoperatively.
Your doctor will prescribe medication to help you manage the pain, which may be administered intravenously (IV) immediately after surgery or taken orally. After you’re released from the hospital, you’ll switch to painkillers taken in a pill or tablet form.
After you’ve recovered from surgery, you should experience significantly less pain in your knee, but there’s no way to predict exact results — some will have knee pain for a full year after the surgery.
Your willingness to engage in physical therapy and make lifestyle modifications can have a significant impact on your postsurgery level of pain and adjustment to the implant.

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