Reconstructive surgery can restore normal form and function in patients of all ages, whether it’s a child with a birth defect, a young adult injured in an accident, or an older adult with a problem caused by aging. Men and women in the Connecticut can turn to plastic surgeon Beth Collins MD for these procedures in reconstructive surgery. Please browse the links below for more information.
Dr. Beth Collins offers several advanced breast reconstruction techniques, including implant based and free flap techniques.
Reconstructive plastic surgery can repair abnormal structures of the body, to improve form and function.
Scar revision techniques can often improve the appearance of a scar, making it less obvious. A scar revision may help hide keloids, hypertrophic scars and burns.
The free TRAM technique allows your surgeon to reconstruct the breast with body tissues, not a prosthetic breast implant.
Skin cancer is diagnosed by removing all or part of the growth and examining its cells under a microscope.
TRAM Flap breast reconstruction is named after the Transverse Rectus Abdominus Myocutaneous Flap.
Tissue expansion enables the body to create extra skin for reconstructing almost any part of the body.
If you have undergone lumpectomy to remove a tumor, you may be a candidate for oncoplastic breast reduction.
If you have suffered some sort of trauma to the skin, you may need to see a plastic or reconstructive surgeon for wound care.