Microsurgery Virginia is a subspecialty of plastic surgery that deals with reconstruction of various parts of the body with the use of the operative microscope. Under high magnification, it is possible to repair and connect minute blood vessels and nerves. Such techniques may allow a surgeon to reattach an amputated finger (replantation surgery), or transport one of your own muscles to another part of your body in order to reconstruct a missing or injured part. For example, if you have lost the skin over your leg such that the bone of the leg is exposed, a surgeon can bring one of the muscles of the back to cover this area so that you do not have to have an amputation. Microsurgery Virginia is not a specialty; it is a technique. It is a specialized skill that allows a surgeon to repair and reconstruct structures that would be impossible with normal vision.
Dr. Marefat and the staff at Metropolitan Plastic Surgery would be happy to help you set up a private consultation to discuss microsurgery in Virginia. Schedule an appointment online or call one of our locations, our Arlington, Virginia office at 703-516-7600 or our Woodbridge, Virginia office at 703-560-9583.
Dr. Marefat offers a number of financial assistance programs and payment programs to cover the cost of microsurgery in Virginia. Please visit the Patient Financing section of our website for more details or ask the staff at Metropolitan Plastic Surgery about these options so you can get started with microsurgery in Virginia today.