Explore our procedures Our specialty-trained surgeons offer a variety of elective and medical services, including reconstructive surgery, as well as body, face, hand and pediatric procedures. anchor On this page Cosmetic Reconstructive Pediatrics Cosmetic Body Body lift Body lift surgery addresses the sagging skin after significant weight loss. Liposuction Liposuction (or lipo) is the process of improving body contours by removing excess fat deposits. Tummy tuck Tummy tuck is a surgical procedure that sculpts the waistline by removing excess fat and skin around the belly. Breast Breast augmentation Breast augmentation uses breast implants or fat from your own body to increase the size of your breasts or restore volume. Breast lift A breast lift is a procedure that raises the breasts by tightening the surrounding tissue and removing excess skin. Breast reduction Breast reduction involves the surgical removal of fat, tissue and skin from the breasts to reshape them and reduce their size. Face Botox Botox is the most popular nonsurgical method to relax the muscles of the face to eliminate facial lines and wrinkles. Brow lift A brow lift restores the face to its natural, more refreshed appearance, allowing you to look vibrant and rejuvenated. Eyelid surgery Eyelid surgery is a surgical procedure to improve the appearance of the eyelids. Face-lift Face-lift surgery can improve the appearance of the face, making it tighter and younger looking. Fillers Injectable dermal fillers can plump thin lips, soften facial creases, smooth wrinkles and improve the appearance of some scars. Rhinoplasty Rhinoplasty (or nose job) is a surgical technique used to reshape the contour of the nose and correct structural abnormalities. Reconstructive Body Application of biologic dressings for chronic wounds We use biologic dressings to help a wound heal on its own or to prepare it for surgical permanent closure. Complete decongestive therapy Complete decongestive therapy is a noninvasive, nonsurgical approach to managing the symptoms of lymphedema. Debridement for chronic wounds Part of managing chronic wounds includes cleaning the wound (called debridement) in preparation for ultimate wound closure. Flaps for wounds Flap surgery is a fundamental pillar in plastic surgery. It involves moving tissue (and its blood supply) from one part of the body to another. Gender confirmation surgery Gender confirmation surgery (transgender surgery) is a process of physical transition from female to male (FTM) or male to female (MTF). Liposuction for lipedema and lymphedema Liposuction can remove excess fat in order to alleviate the symptoms and discomfort that come with lipedema or lymphedema. Lymphaticovenous anastomosis (LVA) for lymphedema Lymphaticovenous anastomosis redirects excess lymphatic fluid into the venous system to reduce the appearance of lymphedema. Lymph node transfer for lymphedema Lymph node transfer is a treatment for lymphedema in which lymph nodes are transplanted from other areas in the body to replace those removed. Lymphedema excision and debulking Excisional surgeries treat lymphedema by removing excess fat from the affected extremities to reduce limb volume. Skin grafts for wounds Our plastic surgeons can use healthy skin from a donor site to cover a wound, a surgical procedure known as a skin graft. Breast Direct-to-implant reconstruction Direct-to-implant reconstruction is an alternative to staged tissue expander reconstruction. Flap or natural tissue reconstruction Flap reconstruction is a procedure that transfers tissue from other parts of your body to recreate the breast. Partial breast reconstruction or reconstruction after lumpectomy Partial breast reconstruction is an option for patients who've had a lumpectomy and wish to recreate symmetry between the breasts. Pre-pectoral breast reconstruction Pre-pectoral reconstruction is a form of tissue expander reconstruction in which the temporary implant is placed over the pectoral muscle. Tissue expander Tissue expanders are temporary breast implants used to gradually expand and prepare skin and muscle for a permanent implant. Face Dynamic treatments for facial paralysis Dynamic treatments for facial paralysis help restore active movement to the face while static procedures help support the tissues of the face. Static treatments for facial paralysis Static procedures often involve placing an inanimate object into the affected area to tighten, weigh down or assist facial area having trouble. Flaps for carcinoma or cancer Flap surgery involves transferring tissue with blood vessels, subcutaneous fat, muscles, bones and tendons still intact. Hand Carpal tunnel release A limited incision approach for carpal tunnel syndrome uses a much smaller incision than traditional carpal tunnel release. Excision for hand tumors Excision for hand tumors involves the removal of abnormal tissue located in the skin, soft tissue or bone of the hand. Treatment for hand arthritis We employ the latest advancements in treatment and rehabilitation for arthritis of the hand, which is a common condition. Treatment for peripheral nerve injury Several treatments are offered for hand nerve damage, which can result from a deep cut, crush or neuroma, as well as congenital issues. Treatment for tendon injuries When there is damage to a tendon in the hand, surgery may be necessary to restore function of the fingers and/or thumb. Treatment of hand fractures Hand fracture most often occurs after significant trauma. Personalized treatment is determined by a number of factors. Trigger finger release Trigger finger is a painful condition that causes the fingers or thumb to lock when bent. Pediatrics Cleft lip repair Cleft lip is a birth defect that occurs when a baby’s lip does not form properly during pregnancy. Cleft palate repair Cleft palate is a birth defect that occurs when the palate (roof) of a baby’s mouth does not form properly during pregnancy. Craniofacial reconstruction for craniosynostosis Craniosynostosis repair is often done at a very young age and techniques used include minimally invasive endoscopic repair. Ear molding Ear molding is a simple, nonsurgical way to correct a baby’s abnormally shaped, folded or prominent ears. Jaw surgery Jaw surgery is used to correct upper and lower jaw imbalance and abnormalities, especially those that cannot be fixed with braces alone. Otoplasty and ear reconstruction Ear reconstruction is the construction of an ear that is completely or partially missing from a congenital deformity, trauma or cancer. Pediatric spine reconstruction Cohen Children’s offers patients with scoliosis a strong multidisciplinary team approach when it comes to spinal surgeries. Polydactyly surgery We expertly treat children born with one or more extra fingers or toes, a condition known as polydactyly. Treatment of pigmented birthmarks Our plastic surgeons use the latest techniques to treat a variety of pigmented birthmarks. Treatment of vascular birthmarks Vascular birthmarks are caused when blood vessels don’t form correctly and appear as discoloration of the skin at birth or shortly after birth. Webbed fingers and toes surgery Some babies are born with two or more fingers or toes that are fused together or “webbed,” which can limit movement of the digits.