Breast reconstructive surgery
Breast reconstruction includes a variety of advanced surgical procedures that work to restore the breasts, typically after breast cancer and mastectomy. The goal of breast reconstruction is to minimize psychological stress caused by the loss of a breast. There are several different possible techniques, including TRAM flap, free flaps and prosthetic implants.
- Immediate or delayed reconstruction after mastectomy
- Reconstruction using saline and silicone implants
- Reconstruction using back or abdominal tissue
- Nipple reconstruction
- Revision of a reconstructed breast
- Fat grafting to correct defects or deformities
- Oncoplastic breast reconstruction
Cosmetic breast and body contouring
Body contouring includes plastic surgery techniques that can slim down the body and restore smooth contour after weight loss. Procedures may be performed alone or combined as part of a comprehensive body-contouring plan.
- Breast augmentation and reduction
- Breast lift or mastoplexy
- Removal of ruptured implant
- Gynecomastia surgery in males
- Thigh lift
Facial surgery and rejuvenation
Facial reconstructive surgery can address many cosmetic and functional concerns of the face, whether they are caused by traumatic injury, disease or congenital defects. Because the face is so closely associated with identity, the surgeon must consider the emotional component that accompanies each operation.
- Eyelid rejuvenation or blepharoplasty
- Brow lift
- Face and neck lift
- Earlobe repair
Skin surgery and reconstruction
MedStar Montgomery offers several treatments and surgical procedures that improve skin texture through resurfacing or removal of unwanted growths.
- Excision of skin cancers
- Removal of skin cysts and lipomas
- Reconstruction after Mohs surgery
- Lower extremity reconstruction after trauma or vascular disease
- Abdominal wall reconstruction and hernia repair
Make an Appointment
To schedule an appointment with a plastic surgeon, call 301-774-8962.
18109 Prince Philip Drive - Suite B100
Olney, MD 20832