Dr. Rendon of the Rendon Center for Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine was a board-certified dermatologist in the Boca Raton area who provided her patients with reconstructive plastic surgery. This type of surgery is done to restore the appearance of birth defects, injuries, or past medical procedures. When patients are unhappy with the appearance of their skin and body, reconstructive plastic surgery may be the best way to restore the appearance as well as one’s self-confidence.
The most popular type of reconstructive surgery is done after Mohs micrographic surgery. This is a surgical procedure done to remove areas of skin cancer. Depending on the area in which the cancerous cells were removed, patients may seek cosmetic treatment to improve the overall appearance of this area and to reduce scarring. Reconstructive plastic surgery can help in minimizing the appearance of a scar and improving the overall look of the area in which cancerous skin cells were removed.
Another common reconstructive surgery is breast augmentation after a mastectomy. Patients who have had breast cancer removed may want to address the size and shape of their breasts to maintain their appearance. This can improve self-confidence after a breast cancer diagnosis and help women feel more like themselves.
There are several cosmetic treatments available through the Rendon Center for Dermatology and Aesthetic Medicine, including fillers, injectables, and laser therapies. Cosmetic plastic surgery and reconstructive plastic surgery are important parts of the Rendon Center and can be used to assist patients in looking and feeling their best!
Patients are encouraged to schedule a consultation visit with our team to learn more about the ways in which we can assist in rejuvenating one’s appearance with medical attention. We are focused on the health, beauty, and safety of our patients, and encourage new and existing patients to contact us to schedule a consultation appointment to learn more about services available to treat hair, skin, and nail problems.