Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
The reconstructive plastic surgery program at the Fogelson Plastic Surgery & Craniofacial Center integrates leading technology in the treatment of traumatic injuries and congenital conditions in infants, children and adolescents.
The center is now home to the Analytical Imaging and Modeling Center which has the ability to capture images of your child’s condition in 2D, 3D and 4D. This enhancement allows our team of physicians to better plan for surgery and to ensure positive outcomes. The technology will also help the Center with ongoing research of pediatric plastic surgery procedures.
The Imaging Center, along with a world-recognized staff of physicians, makes the reconstructive plastic surgery program at Children’s Medical Center one of the most advanced in the country.
Because procedures can be performed on almost any part of the body, the scope and range of conditions that can be treated by reconstructive plastic surgery is great. In infants, children and adolescents, the more common conditions treated at the Center include:
- Trauma-related injuries
- Face and lower extremity lacerations
- Complicated wounds
- Congenital deformities involving lower extremities
- Facial trauma including facial fractures
- Skin lesions
- Congenital and acquired abnormalities
- Vascular anomalies
- Facial paralysis
- Vascular malformations (venous, arterial, lymphatic)
- Port wine stains
- Hemifacial microsomia
- Fibrous dysplasia
The advanced technology at the Center allows us to provide a wide array of reconstructive procedures. While our staff is always dedicated to researching more advanced treatment options for their patients, the most common procedures we perform include burn, wound and scar management, ear reconstruction and leaser and surgical excision.
Reconstructive Plastic Surgery Location
Patients are seen for surgeries at our Dallas and Legacy campus. Evaluations and follow-up appointments take place at Dallas, Legacy and Southlake locations.