Facial Reconstruction Surgery in New Jersey

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Facial Reconstruction Consultation 

Whether you have had a significant accident and injured your face, recently had a skin cancer removed, or have an unsightly scar, Dr. Undavia is uniquely qualified to help reconstruct the area of concern. Difficult facial fractures, large lacerations and scars, and skin defects are medical issues that Dr. Undavia commonly encounters and is fully trained to handle. Time is of the essence with facial reconstruction, so please call our office as early as you can.

Facial Reconstructive Surgery

Facial reconstruction surgery typically involves reshaping of the skin and underlying tissues, such as bone or cartilage, or even implantation of synthetic materials. The procedure may also involve reconstruction of the forehead, cheeks, chin, ears, eyelids, nose and neck area. Depending on individual needs and goals for facial reconstruction surgery, a combination of surgical techniques may be employed to achieve desired results. Recovery time varies depending on the extent of the procedure.

Why Choose Us For Facial Plastic Surgery

Having trained in New York City, and in the world’s largest medical Center in Houston, Dr. Undavia has seen and corrected some of the most advanced facial reconstructive dilemmas. This has given him the unique experience necessary to address your needs.

Facial Reconstruction FAQ’s

Facial reconstructive surgery is a type of plastic surgery used to restore the form and function of facial features that have been damaged due to trauma or birth defects or skin cancer. It may involve the use of implants, bone grafts, tissue expansion, and other surgical techniques.

It typically takes several weeks to recover from facial reconstruction surgery, but months for the final result.  The type of procedure, the extent of damage and other factors will determine the amount of time it takes to heal.

Facial reconstruction surgery carries risks such as scarring, infection, asymmetry and numbness. There is also the potential for a poor outcome if the procedure is not performed correctly. Finally, some procedures require multiple operations in order to achieve desired results, and there may be a long recovery period between surgeries.

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