Reconstructive Surgery

Reconstructive surgery is used to fix parts of the body that look bad or don’t work right because of a birth defect, a problem during development, or an injury.


On the pages that follow, we’ll talk about some of the most common pros and cons of these procedures. No surgery is completely risk-free. During a consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon, you should talk about all of the possible benefits and risks.

  • Breast Implant Removal

  • Explant SurgeryBreast Reconstruction

  • Know Your Post-Mastectomy Options

  • Breast Reduction

  • Reduction Mammaplasty Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate Repair

  • Correcting Abnormal Development

  • Congenital Anomalies

  • Surgical Correction of Birth Anomalies Craniosynostosis Surgery

  • Head Reshaping

  • Gender Affirmation Surgeries

  • Transgender-Specific Facial, Top and Bottom Procedures Giant Nevi Removal

  • Congenital Nevi Surgery

  • Hand Surgery

  • Improve Strength, Function and Flexibility Lymphedema Treatment

  • Surgical Options

  • Microsurgery

  • Microscope-Assisted Operations Migraine Surgery

  • Chronic Headache Relief

  • Orthognathic Surgery

  • Jaw Straightening Panniculectomy

  • Body Contouring

  • Regenerative Medicine

  • The Future of Plastic Surgery Scar Revision

  • Minimize a Scar

  • Septoplasty

  • Deviated Septum Correction Skin Cancer Removal

  • Reconstruction After Skin Cancer

  • Tissue Expansion