Surgeons in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery provide the full spectrum of both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery services for children and adults.
Expertise is provided in reconstructive and cosmetic breast surgery, to include breast reconstruction following mastectomy, breast augmentation, and breast reduction. Multi-disciplinary teams provide care for craniofacial problems to include congenital anomalies, cleft lip and palate, maxillofacial trauma and orthognathic surgery. Acquired and congenital hand deformities are also treated, including carpal tunnel syndrome, degenerative changes in the hand and wrist, and adult and pediatric hand trauma. A complete array of surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic surgery treatments is available at our Transformations facility, including facial rejuvenation, body contouring, breast augmentation and reduction, skin care, and injections. A microsurgery team is on call daily to provide replantation of amputations, microsurgical free flap reconstruction, and elective microsurgical reconstruction for congenital and acquired face, trunk and extremity anomalies.
Our clinical services are provided at University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Meriter Hospital, Madison Surgery Center, Transformations Cosmetic Surgery Facility and Surgery Center, and The American Family Children’s Hospital.