What is Reconstructive Surgery
Reconstructive surgery addresses congenital defects, injuries, or defects resulting from medical conditions affecting the face. Examples include repairing facial clefts or treating facial trauma injuries. Unlike cosmetic surgery, facial reconstructive procedures are performed for medical reasons to restore form and function.
Many people suffer with facial asymmetry and other facial deformities. These imperfections, even when small, can interfere with one’s confidence and self-esteem. While some people have these facial issues from birth, others acquire them from diverse causes including surgery and trauma. Regardless of the cause, there is hope. Performed by an experienced facial plastic surgeon such as Dr. Joseph Russell can give you the attractive, symmetrical, and harmonious facial appearance that you desire. These procedures encompasses a wide range of procedures whose goals are to restore symmetrical facial features.
Mohs surgery is a specialized surgical procedure aimed at repairing and restoring the appearance and function of areas of the skin that have been affected by skin cancer removal. It is performed after the removal of skin cancer lesions to reconstruct and close the surgical wound while minimizing scarring and preserving the aesthetics and functionality of the affected area.
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