About Our Facilities
The Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin Plastic Surgery Center and Cascadia MediSpa are conveniently located in brand-new facilities near the Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin campus. All inpatient and outpatient surgery performed by Medical College of Wisconsin plastic surgeons is offered at the fully accredited facilities of Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin.
Questions to Ask Your Physician BEFORE Plastic Surgery
- Are you certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery?
- What is the best procedure for me?
- Where and how will you perform my procedure?
- What are the risks involved with my procedure?
- Will my procedure need to be repeated?
- How much downtime should I expect?
- Do you have hospital privileges to perform cosmetic surgery?
- How much will my procedure cost?
- How are complications handled?
Visit this American Society of Plastic Surgeons page to find more information you should consider before you decide to have plastic surgery and before you choose a physician
TRAM, DIEP and SIEA Flap
The TRAM, DIEP and SIEA Flap procedures represent the current state of the art in breast reconstruction.
Injectable Fillers in Plastic Surgery (improving skin texture)
Soft-tissue fillers, most commonly injectable collagen or fat, can help fill in these lines and creases, temporarily restoring a smoother, more youthful-looking appearance. Learn more.
Skin Management Through Plastic Surgery
Learn more about methods that utilize surface repair treatments of the skin. Learn more.
Statistics on Cosmetic Surgery
Read reliable statistics on plastic surgery procedures, such as quick facts, gender and age distribution, physician fees, and more - from a credible source. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has collected more than a decade of plastic surgery statistics using a national database, combined with physician surveys. Learn more.
Liposuction - Tumescent Technique
The tumescent technique is a relatively new liposuction method that can reduce post operative bruising, swelling and pain. Learn more.