Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Services
The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Plastic Surgery Center has been in practice since the late 1960s. Physicians and staff work closely with patients to educate them about the plastic surgery experience, answer questions forthrightly and establish realistic goals and expectations.
Although many might think of the phrase "plastic surgery" in terms of elective cosmetic surgeries — such as a "tummy tuck" or "nose job" — people consider plastic surgery for many reasons. The field also encompasses reconstructive surgery that is performed following breast cancer, bariatric surgery, traumatic injury and more.
Plastic surgery is a critical aid to other Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin services such as the Hand Center, the Clinical Cancer Center, the Trauma Center and others.
Experience for Cosmetic and Reconstructive Procedures
When selecting a plastic surgeon, it is important to make sure he or she has the experience, training and credibility you desire in a doctor to whom you will entrust your care.
With a wealth of experience that includes performing many thousands of surgeries during the past 25 years, our physicians and staff are committed to providing world-class care that is safe, appropriate, and modern in its scope. We look forward to offering our patients individual attention depending on their needs — whether those needs are surgical or non-surgical.
Medical College of Wisconsin plastic surgeons also pursue research interests in a continual effort to discover ways to improve their patients' surgical outcomes and quality of life. Their interests and research activities include breast reconstruction, aesthetics, nerve surgery and micro-hand surgery.
The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Plastic Surgery Center offers cosmetic and reconstructive procedures within a nurturing environment that promotes healing and positive outcomes, including excellent follow-up care. We are happy to provide any additional information you desire, and can recommend resources for you. In fact, we encourage you to ask questions, and will provide full explanations so that you know what to expect of a procedure and you can make a fully-informed decision about your health care.