Reconstructive Procedures

Covenant Plastic Surgery offers the following general reconstruction procedures to enhance patients' health and quality of life.

Breast Reconstruction
Breast reconstruction surgery rebuilds the breast contour after a mastectomy. A breast implant or the woman's own tissue is used. If desired, the nipple and areola may also be re-created. Reconstruction can be done at the time of mastectomy or any time later.

Complex Hernia Repair
Reconstruction of the abdominal wall to restore anatomy and function.

Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel
Helps reduce pain and restore strength, function and flexibility in fingers and hands.

Hand/Finger Fractures
Helps heal bones and ligaments to restore strength, function and flexibility in fingers and hands.

Skin Cancer Excision
Skin cancer excision involves the careful removal of a skin cancer tumor, taking out the affected tissue while minimizing scarring.

Hyperhidrosis Treatment
Hyperhidrosis is a condition that causes excessive sweating. This can be medically managed by a simple procedure that removes excess axillary sweat glands. This outpatient treatment takes approximately one hour.

Reconstructive microsurgery focuses on repairing intricate structures such as blood vessels and nerves less than a few millimeters in diameter. It is a complex subspecialty of plastic surgery that enables Covenant experts to perform transfer of tissue to be reconnected and repaired, often saving fingers, hands and other extremities from more drastic and invasive procedures.

Trigger Finger
Opens the constricted section of the tendon sheath that causes inflammation, pain and immobility.

Upper and Lower Extremity Reconstruction
Tissue arrangement, grafts and flaps to restore anatomy and function of limbs.