Plastic Surgeons in New York (NY)
|Clifton Springs||Cortlandt Manor|
|Deer Park||Dobbs Ferry|
|Jackson Heights||Jefferson Valley|
|Latham||Long Island City|
|New Hartford||Niagara Falls|
|New Hyde Park||North Syracuse|
|Pittsford||Port Jefferson Station|
|Rockville Centre||Rye Brook|
|Saratoga Springs||Staten Island|
|Watkins Glen||White Plains|
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Plastic Surgeons in New York
- There are 618 Plastic Surgeons in New York
- New York Plastic Surgeons practice in 24 other specialties
- 54 of the Plastic Surgeons in New York have disciplinary actions
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- A plastic surgeon deals with the repair, reconstruction, or replacement of physical defects of form or function, involving the skin, musculoskeletal system, craniomaxillofacial structures, hand, extremities, breast and trunk, and external genitalia. He/she uses aesthetic surgical principles not only to improve undesirable qualities of normal structures but in all reconstructive procedures as well.
- A plastic surgeon possesses special knowledge and skill in the design and surgery of grafts, flaps, free tissue transfer and replantation. Competence in the management of complex wounds, the use of implantable materials, and in tumor surgery is required.
- Plastic Surgery within the Head and Neck
- A plastic surgeon with additional training in plastic and reconstructive procedures within the head, face, neck and associated structures, including cutaneous head and neck oncology and reconstruction, management of maxillofacial trauma, soft tissue repair and neural surgery. The field is diverse and involves a wide age range of patients, from the newborn to the aged. While both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery are practiced, there are many additional procedures which interface with them.
- Surgery of the Hand
- A plastic surgeon with additional training in the investigation, preservation, and restoration by medical, surgical, and rehabilitative means, of all structures of the upper extremity directly affecting the form and function of the hand and wrist.