What makes the human face so special and captivating is its ability to coordinate all of the muscles, connective tissues and sensory organs into a perfect and unified symphony of functioning movement.

For instance, the way the teeth close, the function of the tongue, and the function of the soft palate are all dependant on the proper inter-relationship between the boney structures of the face and the soft tissue structures of the face. The ability to eat is also tied to the coordinated inter-relationship between the boney foundation of the face and the animated soft tissue. 

At the Soderstrom Skin Institute our board certified plastic surgeons understand that appearance is not simply a matter of looks, but is essential to function as well.  Skilled in helping patients with facial deformities, defects and injuries, our medical experts are ready to consult and comfort patients suffering from facial trauma. 

Conditions where reconstructive facial surgery may be needed:

  • Cleft lip and palate surgery
  • Craniofacial surgery for children and adults
  • Facial reanimation
  • Facial scar revision
  • Nose reconstruction
  • Orbital reconstruction
  • Reconstruction of complex wounds
  • Reconstruction of defects following skin cancer removal
  • Reconstruction of defects in the head and neck, including esophagus
  • Reconstruction of facial deformities caused by trauma
  • Birth defects
  • Craniofacial deformities
  • Head and neck cancer resection
  • Maxillofacial surgery
  • Previous failed microvascular reconstructions
  • Radiation therapy to the head and neck
  • Trauma

 All surgical procedures require an initial consultation appointment. For more information or to schedule your appointment please call Soderstrom Skin Institute at 833-439-8612.

*treatment approaches and results may vary