Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Since external deformities have a negative impact on your appearance, they often cause low self-esteem and a lack of confidence. Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery makes it possible to correct many imperfections and changing how you look also changes how you feel about yourself. Fortunately, at The Virginia Institute of Surgical Arts, Dr. Trang Vo-Nguyen (Dr. V) performs many types of surgeries to correct flaws allowing her patients to once again be satisfied with their outside appearance. Dr. V is part of an elite group of physicians who is double-board certified in Facial Plastic Surgery and Otolaryngology or Head & Neck Surgery. Combining the specialties of Facial Plastic Surgery and Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) medicine gives her vast expertise and she is trusted as a respective authority in this field nationwide. Dr. V sees patients in the Virginia area and from around the world who come to her for the most safe and effective reconstructive and facial plastic surgery available.
The Virginia Institute of Surgical Arts offers a full spectrum of cosmetic and reconstructive treatments including:
- Facial Surgeries: Facial surgeries can be performed to correct facial defects from congenital birth defects to injury and trauma.
- Scar Revision: Although most scars can never be completely removed, it is possible to camouflage their appearance and The Virginia Institute of Surgical Arts offers effective facial scar revision procedures to help improve the color, size, and texture of scarring.
- Nasal Reconstruction: Restoring the form and function of your nose following skin cancer removal or traumatic injury is one of the greatest challenges in facial plastic surgery. Through meticulous attention to detail, Dr. V is able to achieve overwhelming success for nasal reconstruction.
- Ear Reconstruction: Ear reconstruction is often beneficial for those suffering from microtia, a congenital condition in which the ear is severely deformed or absent. Dr. V is skilled in microtia surgery and she can restore a more natural appearance through reconstructive surgery. Microtia can affect one or both ears and hearing may also be affected. The surgery for microtia is a very delicate procedure that requires detailed knowledge of both facial plastic surgery and otolaryngology (head and neck surgery).
At The Virginia Institute of Surgical Arts, Dr. V uses conventional surgical approaches as well as the latest techniques that offer state-of-the-art care for patients with certain conditions that could not be treated until recent advancements became available. Dr. V always takes an individualized approach to facial plastic and reconstructive surgery by working with each patient to develop a customized treatment plan. Whether you are exploring cosmetic surgery procedures or considering reconstruction surgery after trauma or cancer, The Virginia Institute of Surgical Arts provides numerous comprehensive surgical services to meet all of your surgery needs. Dr. V also provides specialized multidisciplinary care for children of all ages born with cleft lip (palate) and other defects affecting the head (cranium) or face.
Dr. V takes great pride in all aspects of her work and it doesn’t end when your surgery is over. From your initial consultation to your post-operative stage, Dr. V and her professional staff will be there for you so when you choose The Virginia Institute of Surgical Arts, you can be assured you will never be alone throughout your experience. To learn more about Dr. V and the facial plastic surgery and reconstructive and procedures available to you at The Virginia Institute of Surgical Arts, please call today.