Reconstruction

Ear Reconstruction

Surgery of the external ear is commonly performed by plastic surgeons for a variety of reasons. Trauma can result in lacerations, “cauliflower ears,” deformities, or even complete loss of the ear itself. Other reasons for surgery include prominent ears, deformed ears, or absent ears (from birth).

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Cleft Lip & Cleft Palate

Cleft lip and palate is a condition that affects approximately 1 in 500 new births each year in the U.S. Among Asians, the incidence is twice as high as in Caucasians. Many do not realize that the surgical treatment for cleft patients is an integral part of a plastic surgeon’s training.

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Craniofacial Surgery

Plastic Surgeons, Oral surgeons, ENT surgeons, and Neurosurgeons are often attributed to the areas of craniofacial and maxillofacial surgery. What are the differences between the two fields? Craniofacial surgery is an area dedicated to the reconstruction of the skeletal structures of the skull and facial bones.

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Breast Recostruction

Breast reconstruction involves a series of life-changing surgeries and periods of recovery. There are many different options available to women today though careful consideration is given to the particular treatment course, depending on variety of factors.

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Mohs Reconstruction

Though Moh’s excision of skin cancers is typically performed in the face/neck/scalp/nose/lips and ears, it can be performed throughout the body. Dr. Ha has extensive experience in performing reconstructions of the defects left behind.

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Facial Reanimation

Treatment of the paralyzed face requires a specialized compilation of surgeries. Often, these surgeries require sequencing in stages. The cause of facial nerve paralysis includes congenital defects, acquired defects such as tumor resection, bells palsy or trauma.

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