About Atrium Plastic Surgery
Our highly trained, board-certified physicians offer both reconstructive and cosmetic procedures. It's our goal to help restore form and function or enhance your natural appearance. We offer advanced technologies and procedures to help you meet those goals.
Our reconstructive surgical services
Atrium Plastic Surgery hosts surgeons with the highest level of education and training to provide surgical expertise. Our environment is designed to give you personal attention and is tailored to your specific needs.
We offer reconstructive surgery procedures, which involves the surgical team repairing the function and appearance of the body. Reconstructive surgeries are best for people who have experienced illness, trauma or injury affecting the appearance of the body. Frequently performed reconstructive surgeries include:
- Breast reconstruction or reduction
- Cleft lip and cleft palate reconstruction
- Hand surgery and reconstruction
- Head and neck cancer reconstruction
- Pediatric plastic surgery
- Trauma, burn or cancer reconstruction
We also offer elective plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures. These are procedures intended to improve in the appearance of normal structures through surgical enhancement or alteration. Our surgeons frequently perform:
- Blepharoplasty (eyelids)
- Body contouring
- Breast augmentation (enlargement or reduction)
- Brow lift
- Face lift otoplasty (ears)
- Facial plastic surgery
- Hair transplants
- Laser treatments (cosmetic wrinkle treatment)
- Liposuction mastopexy (breast lift)
- Rhinoplasty (nose)
Where to find us
We are located on the first and fourth floors of The Atrium, a separate building on the TriStar Centennial Medical Center campus.
Our first floor is dedicated to registration, preoperative testing, patient education, massage therapy and consultations.
The fourth floor is a fully equipped outpatient and inpatient surgical facility with dedicated plastic surgeons and anesthesia services.
Differences between cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery
You might be surprised to learn that plastic surgery encompasses a wide variety of procedures. While some are purely elective, other cosmetic procedures are intended to repair or restore the form and function of the body.
Cosmetic plastic surgery
These procedures are also known as aesthetic surgery, and are intended to enhance or reshape the body. The primary goal is to alter the appearance of the body.
Reconstructive plastic surgery
These surgical procedures are intended to correct physical issues caused by birth disorders, burns, disease or a traumatic injury to restore as much function of that body part as possible. Reconstructive surgery might also be part of a series of treatments for other injuries or illnesses, such as reconstructive breast surgery after surgical treatments for breast cancer.
We offer both advanced cosmetic and reconstructive surgical procedures. Our plastic surgeons will collaborate with you throughout the process to ensure your final results closely align with your goals.