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Plastic Surgery

Presbyterian plastic surgeon discussing surgery with patient.

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty that focuses on the restoration, reconstruction or alteration of the body. There are two types of plastic surgery: reconstructive and cosmetic. These types of surgeries can involve any part of the body. Reconstructive surgery rebuilds injured or scarred parts of the body, such as burn treatment, scar removal, craniofacial surgery, hand surgery and microsurgery. Cosmetic surgery focuses on the improvement of the appearance of a specific area of the body, such as “face lifts”, reshaping of the nose or jaw, breast implants, or eyelid surgery. Services may include both inpatient and outpatient care, and team members will care for you before, during and after your surgery. This can include both surgery for trauma or accidents, as well as surgeries that have been planned in advance.

Conditions Treated

A few common conditions treated include:

  • Burns or other scars
  • Skin lesions
  • Status post mastectomy
  • Trauma or injury to the head or face

Testing & Treatment Options

A few common tests and treatments include:

  • Breast reconstruction after mastectomy
  • Scar revision from prior trauma, injury or surgery

Our Providers

Our plastic surgery team can provide preoperative diagnostic care, inpatient surgical services, as well as outpatient and follow-up services for a wide variety of diagnoses.

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