Reconstructive Plastic Surgery & Cosmetic Surgeon

Reconstructive plastic surgery is a distinct area of plastic surgery which defers from cosmetic surgery. While the goal of plastic surgery is to enhance or alter manner of appearance, the goal of re-constructive surgery is to re-construct something abnormal to achieve normal appearance.

These abnormalities typically occur from a birth defect, a disease your body has fought or a tragic incident that you may have endured.

Examples of congenital abnormalities include:

  • Cleft palate and lip
  • Extra finger and toes
  • Webbed fingers
  • Skin growth

Acquired deformities span a broad range of abnormalities which have developed due to trauma, cancer, or other disease.

Examples of acquired deformities include:

  • Breast cancer
  • Skin tumors
  • Burn scar
  • Facial injuries
  • Facial Maxillary Fractures
  • Treatment For Non Healing Ulcer
  • Microvascular Reconstruction
  • Diabetic Wound Management
  • Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Injury
  • Hand and foot injury
  • Amputation

Plastic surgeons perform a wide variety of surgeries to restore function and to correct the appearance of deformity.

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