Plastic surgery has two categories: cosmetic and reconstructive. In cosmetic plastic surgery, areas of the body are reshaped and/or enhanced using both surgical and nonsurgical procedures to improve your appearance. Reconstructive surgery is used when parts of the body have been affected visually (burns, scars, etc.) or functionally (cleft palate). The causes of these are often congenital defects, developmental abnormalities, or trauma.
At Proliance, our surgeons have specialized training in cosmetic surgery, microsurgery/complex reconstructive surgery (including the DIEP flap) and complex hand surgery, as well as extensive knowledge in many treatments and conditions: