From the initial consultation to the post-operative period, we are committed
to offering you the highest standard of patient care and surgical excellence.
Breast reconstruction after mastectomy. For women with breast cancer, the options for reconstruction have grown
tremendously in the last decade. New, cutting-edge surgical techniques
are offering women better outcomes, including a more natural feel and
Breast reduction can alleviate the physical and emotional discomfort associated with large
breasts by creating a more flattering and proportionate body contour.
Gynecomastia (male breast reduction) removes fat and tissue from the breast area to
create a flatter, more masculine-looking chest.
Skin cancer removal and reconstruction. From simple excisions to highly sophisticated reconstructions, improvements
in care are allowing the successful removal of cancerous skin lesions
while preserving appearance. Treatment is carefully designed to maximize
cure rates while minimizing any scars or disfigurement.
Additional Reconstructive Surgeries
- Facial reconstruction can successfully correct issues from drooping eyelids
to nasal problems, including breathing difficulties, visual field obstruction
and ear deformities.
- Microsurgery and flap procedures include highly advanced techniques that
transfer and re-attach tissue and blood vessels to replace parts of the
body affected by injury or disease. These microvascular procedures allow
the transfer of healthy viable tissue to almost any area of the body and
can offer significant improvements in both function and appearance.
- Limb reconstruction. Advances in surgical techniques have dramatically
improved the treatment of complex limb injuries. Injuries involving loss
of skin and soft tissue, complex open fractures, and amputations can often
be successfully reconstructed leading to the best possible functional outcome.
- Wound care and reconstruction. Today’s treatment options include
skin grafting, flap surgeries, and new options in microvascular reconstruction.
A multidisciplinary approach to wounds utilizes the expertise of specialists
in wound care, vascular surgery, orthopaedics, diabetes and reconstructive
surgery to achieve better long-term outcomes. For larger wounds, complex
tissue transfers allow the reconnecting of blood vessels to help ensure
the delivery of oxygen, blood and antibacterial medications through robust,