Reconstructive Plastic Surgery

Procedures performed by Aurora Health Care’s experts

Andrew R. Dodd, MD, reconstructive & cosmetic plastic surgeon, talks about surgery and the advantages of trusting Aurora with your reconstructive surgical needs.

At Aurora Health Care, our reconstructive plastic surgeons are dedicated to providing the best care possible for you. No matter which procedure you choose, you can count on our multidisciplinary plastic surgery team to be with you every step of the way.

Breast Reconstruction

Breast reconstruction is a procedure that takes place after a mastectomyto restore one or both breasts to a shape, appearance and size that is as normal and natural as possible.

Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery, also known as reduction mammoplasty, removes excess fat, glandular tissue and skin from the breasts to alleviate the discomfort that many women with overly large breasts experience and to achieve a breast size that is in better proportion with the rest of the body.

Burn Injury

Once severe burns have healed, patients often require reconstructive surgery to improve both function and appearance of the affected area(s). Our burn-injury services focus on caring for patients once they have recovered from the initial trauma of their burns. Successful scar tissue treatment often requires months of care to be most effective, and we will work with patients throughout that recovery period.

Hand and Wrist Surgery

At Aurora, our hand and wrist surgeons perform procedures to treat diseases that cause pain or that impair function, strength or flexibility of your hand, wrist and fingers.

Head, Neck and Facial Trauma

Trauma to the head, neck and face can leave scars and cause damage to tissue and bones. Our reconstructive surgeons repair injuries due to trauma, such as cuts and lacerations, along with facial fractures and injuries. They also perform scar revision.

Major Weight Loss (Bariatric Body Contouring)

After major weight loss or weight loss surgery, people often have excess skin and tissue. At Aurora Health Care, our board certified reconstructive surgeons perform bariatric body contouring procedures to help remove the excess skin and tissue and to reshape your body into a more normal appearance.

Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia)

Breast reduction in men, also known as gynecomastia, is a surgical procedure done to correct enlarged or overdeveloped breasts.

Mohs Surgery

Mohs surgery is a surgical treatment for several types of skin cancer, including basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas.

Pediatric Surgery

Pediatric reconstructive plastic surgeries repair conditions such as congenital breast asymmetry, ear deformities, large congenital nevi, damage from trauma and lacerations, and vascular lesions. At Aurora, we perform a wide variety of procedures to correct birth defects and developmental abnormalities in children.

Pelvic Reconstruction

The specialists at Aurora provide women with state-of-the-art pelvic reconstruction surgery options to help restore normal pelvic organ structure and improve function of the female pelvic organs.

Scar Revision

Scar revision surgery is performed to minimize the appearance of scars due to surgery or injury, making scar tissue look more like the surrounding tissue.

Wound Repair

At Aurora, reconstructive plastic surgeons correct deformity that resulted from trauma, cancer or congenital abnormalities. Wound repair is an important part of what our surgeons do – caring for wounds by performing procedures that help them heal and restore a more normal appearance after the wounds have healed. Two examples of wound repair procedures are primary sutures (stitches to close the initial wound) and skin grafts.