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    Reconstructive & Plastic Surgery Services

    Reconstructive Plastic Surgery

    Reconstructive surgery covers a wide variety of procedures that help repair damaged tissue or correct abnormalities. These problems can be present from birth or can result from traumatic injuries or disease.

    According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, more than 1 million reconstructive procedures are performed each year.

    Cosmetic Surgery

    Our surgeon specializes in Cosmetic Surgery. People of all ages choose cosmetic surgery procedures. Each decision is personal. Some may want to look younger, while others may wish to change a feature or trait they've never liked.

    One key is to set realistic expectations, as cosmetic surgery won't completely change your life, but it may give you greater confidence and add to your sense of well-being.

    Lymphedema Treatment

    Lymphedema is swelling caused by a buildup of lymph fluid. Your limb (arm or leg) with lymphedema is called your affected limb.

    Sometimes, lymphedema happens when lymph nodes are removed during surgery or lymphatic vessels (thin tubes that carry lymph fluid) become blocked by scar tissue after surgery. LVB surgery can be done to help treat lymphedema caused by blocked lymphatic vessels.

    Lymphovenous bypass surgery is sometimes called lymphovenous anastomosis surgery.  During your surgery, your surgeon will use a microscope and small surgical tools to connect the part of your lymphatic vessel that’s not blocked to a nearby vein

    Vascularized lymph node transfer (VLNT) is one of the most promising new microsurgeries. VLNT involves the transfer of functional lymph nodes (LNs) from a healthy donor site to an area of the body with damaged or diseased lymphatic drainage. The goal of the transplant is to restore physiologic LN drainage and improve lymphedema.