Plastic Surgery

Plastic Surgery

Procedures to Restore Physical Function & Appearance

Plastic Surgery focuses on the reconstruction, refinement, repair, and enhancement of the body’s form, function, and appearance. Plastic surgeons perform procedures on virtually every part of the body, including the skin, musculoskeletal system, face, head and neck, hand, extremities, breasts, torso, and genitals. While reconstructive surgery focuses on restoring injuries back to normal, aesthetic surgery focuses on working closely with a patient to customize and create a tailored treatment plan to achieve their personal goals.

A plastic surgeon has highly specialized skills in surgical and nonsurgical procedures involving excisions, grafts, fat transfer, vascularized flaps, free tissue transfer, implantable materials, microsurgery, fracture fixation, injectables, laser resurfacing, chemical peels, and many more. Plastic surgeons have years of training in their field dedicated to developing surgical expertise. Certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery shows in-depth, comprehensive knowledge, as well as the surgeon’s commitment to excellence in the field of plastic surgery.

Surgical Expertise

Our plastic surgeons have special expertise in many procedures:

  • Breast reduction

  • Breast lift

  • Breast augmentation

  • Breast reconstruction

  • Skin cancer removal

  • Giant nevi removal

  • Hand surgery

  • Tissue expansion

  • Carpal tunnel surgery

  • Trigger finger surgery

  • Rhinoplasty

  • Face Lift

  • Neck Lift

  • Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery)

  • Brow Lift

  • Liposuction

  • Fat grafting

  • Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck)

  • Lower body lift

  • Brachioplasty (upper arm lift)

  • Gynecomastia surgery

  • Thigh lift

  • Earlobe repair

  • Correction of prominent ears (otoplasty)

  • Lip lift

  • Neuromodulator injection (botulinum toxin)

  • Soft tissue fillers

  • Facial implants

  • Body contouring

  • Revision aesthetic surgery

  • Fixation of fractures

  • Nipple reconstruction

  • Skin grafting

  • Free tissue transfer

  • Microsurgery

  • Reconstructive surgery

  • Scar revision surgery