If you are looking to have reconstructive surgery performed in Virginia, plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Saeed Marefat can answer your questions. Reconstructive surgery can restore function and form to parts of your body that have been injured as a result of trauma, damaged by cancer surgery, or malformed from birth due to developmental or congenital conditions.
Dr. Marefat is an expert in the field of plastic surgery reconstruction of various soft tissue and skeletal deformities of the face, hand, and body. When you visit his offices in northern Virginia, Dr. Marefat can examine you and discuss with you what surgical procedure might be appropriate.
Reconstructive surgery is a broad category of procedures and treatments for injured, destroyed, or deformed parts of the body. With modern advances in medical science, it is possible to restore lost or deformed parts of your face, body, or extremities.
One of the most commonly performed reconstructive operations in our Virginia practice is breast reconstruction. Women who have cancer of the breast are left with severely deformed breasts after the cancer operation and treatment. For these individuals, the loss of the breast can result in significant psychological trauma. With breast reconstruction, these psychological problems are diminished to a great extent so that the woman can focus on the positive aspects of her treatment.
Other areas of reconstructive surgery, such as correction of congenital or developmental deformities of the face, hand, or body, are problems exclusively treated by plastic and reconstructive surgeons. Cleft lip and palate, craniofacial deformities and synostoses, congenital hand deformities, and developmental deformities of the ears are among the many congenital problems addressed exclusively by plastic surgeons.
Traumatic injuries of the hand and body that are a result of accidents and assaults are also treated by plastic surgeons. Many hand injuries, such as lacerations of the hand or finger tendons, can be treated with plastic surgery operations. Surgery for facial trauma as a result of car accidents is among one of the most common procedures performed by plastic surgeons. Broken bones of the orbit, maxilla, or mandible are commonly seen after severe motor vehicle accidents and can be adequately treated by an expert plastic surgeon.
Dr. Marefat and the staff at Metropolitan Plastic Surgery would be happy to help you set up a private consultation to discuss reconstructive procedures in Virginia. Schedule an appointment online or call one of our locations at 703-516-7600 (Arlington area) or at 703-560-9583 (Woodbridge).
Dr. Marefat offers a number of financial assistance programs and payment programs to cover the cost of reconstructive procedures 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 that you can get started with reconstructive procedures in Virginia today.