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Reconstructive Surgery in Princeton and Monroe, NJ

Reconstructive surgery can correct unavoidable issues that affect one’s facial appearance, such as birth defects and injuries. Board-certified New Jersey otolaryngologist Dr. Scott Kay performs reconstructive surgeries for patients, including those throughout Princeton, Monroe and Plainsboro, in the Central New Jersey area at Princeton Otolaryngology Associates.

What is Reconstructive Surgery?

Reconstructive surgery is a term used for various procedures which are performed to correct the appearance of facial features. Reconstructive surgery can correct the appearance of facial birth defects. It can also address facial elements that have been damaged by injury or illness.

Benefits of Reconstructive Surgery

Facial birth defects or disfiguring injuries can have a profound and long-lasting impact on a person. Undergoing reconstructive surgery can restore one’s former appearance or normalize features that have bothered you over the years, leading to increased self-confidence. Other benefits of reconstructive surgery include:

  • Treatment designed to meet your unique needs
  • Procedures may be covered by medical insurance

How is Reconstructive Surgery Performed?

The procedure for reconstructive surgery varies from patient to patient, due to individual needs. Before your procedure, Dr. Kay will inform you of the procedure details.

Preparing For Reconstructive Surgery

Preparation for surgery will depend on the extent of your treatment. Patients undergoing general anesthesia must refrain from eating or drinking for a prescribed period of time before the surgery. You may have to discontinue certain medications before surgery.

Reconstructive Surgery Recovery

Recovery is unique to every patient and procedure. Before surgery, you’ll be informed of what you can expect during the recovery period, allowing you to plan for time off and care if needed. Before leaving after surgery, you’ll receive aftercare instructions to help you throughout the healing process.

How Much Does Reconstructive Surgery Cost?

Since each reconstructive surgery is different, the cost will vary. Some reconstructive surgeries may be covered by your insurance plan. We offer CareCredit® financing to help you cover your surgical expenses. To discuss insurance coverage or financing, please contact us.

Is Reconstructive Surgery Right For Me?

If you are self-conscious about your appearance due to injury, illness, or birth defect, reconstructive surgery may be the solution you’ve been searching for. During your consultation, Dr. Kay will inform if you are a good candidate, and let you know what he feels can be achieved by this type of procedure.

Why Choose Princeton Otolaryngology Associates For Reconstructive Surgery?

Dr. Scott Kay is a skilled surgeon who has performed numerous reconstructive surgeries. Having completed a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship at Pittsburg’s Shadyside Hospital, he has the experience and knowledge necessary to design and implement effective treatment plans that address the unique needs of each patient.

What to Expect During Your Consultation for Reconstructive Surgery

During your consultation, you’ll have a chance to discuss with Dr. Kay your concerns and reasoning for wanting reconstructive surgery. He may perform an examination of the area affected. Dr. Kay will tell you if you are a good candidate for surgery and propose a treatment plan. Your medical history will also be reviewed to determine if you are healthy enough for surgery.

Since 1993, board-certified New Jersey otolaryngologist Dr. Scott Kay has been treating patients, including those throughout Princeton, Monroe and Plainsboro, at his Central New Jersey area practice. Patients choose Dr. Kay for elite medical and surgical care relating to ear, nose, and throat issues. To schedule a consultation, please contact us today.

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