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Types of Surgery

No matter how complex or straightforward, no surgery is "routine" when you are the patient.


 Breast Reconstruction

Balancing Procedures for Opposite Breast

DIEP Flap Reconstruction
Latissimus Flap Reconstruction
Nipple Reconstruction
Post-Mastectomy nipple-areola Tattooing
Single-stage Implants
TAP Flap Reconstruction
Tissue Expansion
TRAM Flap Reconstruction 
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 Cosmetic Services

Body Contouring (including body lifts, thigh lifts and arm lifts after weight loss)

Cyst, Mole and Benign Lesion Removal
Face lift (minimally invasive, limited incision)
Fat Grafting
Genioplasty (Chin Surgery)
Gynecomastia (Breast reduction for men)
Injections - Botox, Restylane, Sculptra
Laser Hair Removal
Laser Peel
Nasal surgery and reshaping
Otoplasty
Scar Revision
Tummy tuck 
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 Craniofacial Surgery

Craniosynostosis
Facial Fracture Repair
Fibrous Dysplasia
Hemifacial Microsomia
Microtia
Orthognathic Sugery
Skull Anomalies/Congenital Syndromes
Speech Surgery

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 Hand Surgery

Arthritis Surgery
Carpal Tunnel Release
Reconstruction of Complex Hand Injuries
Repair of Hand and Wrist Fractures
Ulnar Nerve Release 
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 Head & Neck Reconstruction

Complex Microsurgical Flaps
Facial Skin Reconstruction
Mandible Reconstruction
Nasal Reconstruction
Pharyngeal Reconstruction
Reconstruction after Moh’s Surgery
Secondary Burn Treatment 
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 Wound/Ostomy

Techniques Utilized:
Electrical Stimulation
Ultrasound
Lymphedema and Venous Insufficiency Management
Vacuum-assisted Wound Closure
Vascular Testing

Services:
Peristomal Skin Break Down
Problematic Stomas
Routine Ostomy Care
Peristomal Hernia Evaluation and Care
Arterial Ulcers
Diabetic Ulcers
Pressure Ulcers
Traumatic or Surgical Wounds
Vasculitis
Other Wounds
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