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32086 (1) (9.34 mi)
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  • James Mc Guire

    James Mc Guire

    3 San Bartola Dr
    Saint Augustine, FL 32086
  • Thomas Saurwein

    Thomas Saurwein

    Distance: 22.34 mi
    138 Palm Coast Pkwy NE Ste 164
    Palm Coast, FL 32137
  • Daniel Calloway, MD
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    Daniel Calloway, MD

    Daniel M Calloway MD PA
    Distance: 24.22 mi
    6000B-1 Sawgrass Village Cr
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
  • 120 Points

    John B. Harris, MD

    Distance: 24.22 mi
    1030 A1A N.
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
  • Robert Burk III

    Robert Burk III

    Distance: 24.22 mi
    209 Ponte Vedra Park Dr
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
  • John Harris

    John Harris

    Distance: 24.22 mi
    50 A1A N Ste 103
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
  • Claude Rumsey III

    Claude Rumsey III

    Distance: 24.22 mi
    520 US Highway A1A N Ste 203
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
  • Lily Rocha

    Lily Rocha

    Distance: 30.03 mi
    1409 Kingsley Ave Ste 14A
    Orange Park, FL 32073

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Plastic Surgeon Info

Plastic Surgeon Summary:
Plastic Surgeons are medical professionals that restructure or enhance parts of the body. Although many believe plastic surgeons only perform elective or cosmetic surgeries, plastic surgeons also correct medical defects, deformities and scarring. Many patients visit a Plastic Surgeon following a critical trauma or injury. Some of the most common procedures plastic surgeons perform include tumor removal, skin grafts, breast augmentation, and cleft palate surgeries. Plastic Surgeons can sometimes provide non-surgical alternatives to surgery including collagen injections and laser therapy.

Plastic Surgeon FAQs:
What is a

Plastic Surgeon

?
A Plastic Surgeon is a medical professional that performs enhancement, reconstructive, and anti-aging surgeries to correct medical problems or to enhance a patient's appearance. Patients seeking to enhance their natural features, resolve a non-emergency, functional hindrance, or to correct a medical problem would likely consult with a Plastic Surgeon.

What is the difference between a Cosmetic Surgeon and a Plastic Surgeon?
A Cosmetic Surgeon is a doctor that primarily performs elective and cosmetic surgeries. Cosmetic surgeries are typically not covered by health insurance companies. Plastic Surgeons, however, can perform both cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries. In addition to enhancement and anti-aging surgeries, Plastic Surgeons are authorized to correct congenital deformities, developmental abnormalities, and defects caused by injury, trauma, or disease. A patient's health insurance will generally cover reconstructive surgery, although coverage will vary.

How do I find a Plastic Surgeon in my city and state?
The Wellness.com directory will help you locate a Plastic Surgeon in your state. Select Plastic Surgeon from the 'Professionals' Menu and select the state that you are seeking a Plastic Surgeon in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need a Plastic Surgeon in. After you select your city and state, a list of Plastic Surgeons in your city and state will be provided.

What are some common procedures Plastic Surgeons perform?
Some of the most common procedures Plastic Surgeons perform include: breast augmentation or reduction, cleft palate surgery, skin grafts, scar repair, tumor removal, rhinoplasty and face lifts.

What are the most common reconstructive surgeries Plastic Surgeons perform?
The three most common reconstructive surgeries Plastic Surgeons perform are breast, cleft palate and hand reconstructive surgeries.

Why would a patient seek breast augmentation or breast reduction?
Patients with disproportionately large breasts sometimes suffer back, neck, and knee pain, and often seek breast reduction to improve function and relieve discomfort. Patients seek breast augmentation for cosmetic enhancement, or for reconstructive purposes after a mastectomy.


Plastic Surgeon Related Terms:
breast augmentation, breast reduction, face lift, liposuction, cleft palate surgery, skin graft, cleft palates, tumor surgery, breast lift, rhinoplasty, nose job, breast implants