Reconstructive surgery is performed to help restore both function and normal appearance. It can be used to correct deformities created by birth defects, trauma or medical conditions including cancer. Typically, reconstructive surgery is considered medically necessary and is covered by most health insurance plans.
We have a multi-disciplinary approach to our reconstructive care, working with other specialists such as Bariatric , General, Breast , Vascular ENT, Orthopaedic, and Neurosurgeons, wound specialists, dermatologists, and oncologists. This collaboration along with the latest surgical advancements and technologies help restore form and function with the best possible outcomes.
One of the most important aspects involved in your plastic surgery care is communication. It is very important for the surgeon and the patient to communicate honestly and effectively. No matter the kind of surgery, maximizing the cosmetic results is always an important goal. Therefore it is critical that the surgeon and patient discuss the anticipated results so that there are appropriate expectations following surgery and recovery.
Conditions we treat.
Face and Neck
- Skin cancer, neurosurgery, trauma
- Ear deformity, trauma, skin cancer
- Medical blepharoplasty, Blepharoptosis, skin cancer, trauma
- Airway obstruction, trauma, skin cancer
- Skin cancer, trauma
- Facial feminization/masculinization
- Breast Reconstruction
- Implant based Reconstruction
- Tissue based Reconstruction
- Oncoplsatic Reconstruction
- Nipple areolar reconstruction
- Excess skin
- Arm lift
- Breast lift
- Thigh lift
- Hernia repair
- Cancer Reconstruction
- Cancer reconstruction
- Neuro/orthoapedic reconstruction
General information for Wounds/Scars/ skin cancer
- Skin grafts
- Laceration Repair
- Keloid and Hypertrophic scar
- Skin cancer