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Located within a world-renowned academic medical center, the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery's Cosmetic Surgery Program offers the full spectrum of noninvasive and surgical cosmetic treatments in a private hospital setting.
From facial rejuvenation to body contouring, our surgeons can help you achieve the outcomes you want. The procedures we offer include:
Our approach to patient care centers on the patient. Our physicians will work with you to determine a surgical or non-surgical treatment plan to help you achieve your treatment goals.
We have a dedicated team of nurse practitioners who provide continuous education, support and care. Our patient coordinators will help arrange your surgery, aftercare and accommodations (for our out-of-town patients and guests).
During your consultation, the surgeon will review your medical history and treatment goals. Treatment options, including risks and benefits, will be discussed in detail. Photos may also be necessary. We also ask that you bring a list of medications, vitamins and herbal supplements that you take, along with information on dosages.
We may share before-and-after photos to demonstrate the benefits of various surgical options. Our goal is to give you a realistic picture of what to expect so that you can make an informed decision. We also review what's involved in any surgery, including:
Our clinicians monitor post-procedure pain closely, and discomfort can usually be controlled through medication. Depending on your procedure, bruising may be visible for a week or two, but patients generally return to their normal lifestyles quickly.
Mass General's plastic surgeons can help you to achieve the appearance you desire. Whether you are looking for a temporary or permanent cosmetic treatment, we will work with you to assess your goals and tailor a treatment plan to meet your needs.
Our patients enjoy the peace of mind that comes from undergoing all procedures - nonsurgical and surgical - at a world-class academic medical center.
Our Harvard Medical School-affiliated physicians are among the most experienced and skilled plastic surgeons in the United States. Our surgeons explore and develop leading-edge surgical procedures and noninvasive techniques and incorporate these advances into their practice.
The Body Contouring Program offers comprehensive, state-of-the-art surgical services designed to enhance the patient’s appearance. We offer treatments for patients interested in body contouring after massive weight loss, as well as patients interested in aesthetic and cosmetic enhancements.
Our surgeons perform a wide range of body-contouring procedures, including:
Our surgeons have conducted many of the primary research studies on silicone and saline breast implants. We offer a variety of surgical options to help patients improve the appearance of their breasts, such as:
Elective surgery for breast reduction can produce important health benefits and may be covered by insurance. This procedure involves removing fat, glandular tissue and skin from the breasts, making them smaller, lighter, firmer and lifted.
We offer a variety of surgical options to address the cosmetic concerns of male and female patients:
Noninvasive procedures may be performed on their own or in tandem with surgical procedures to address:
Noninvasive aesthetic treatments to enhance facial appearance include injectable therapies and chemical peels.
Injected into the skin, facial fillers can augment creased and sunken areas of the face or fill out lips and cheeks.
Applying a chemical solution to remove the outer layers of skin can uncover smoother, more evenly pigmented skin. We offer three types of chemical peels:
Accepting New Patients
We offer a complete range of cosmetic procedures to treat a variety of conditions and help you achieve the outcomes you want. Learn more below about some of the conditions we treat.
Obesity increases the risk for many diseases, especially heart disease, stroke, cancer, and diabetes.
A scar is the body's natural way of healing and replacing lost or damaged skin.
There are many different types of lesions and skin conditions that can be treated with laser surgery.
Instructions for patients on what to expect following a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty or panniculectomy).
Instructions for patients on what to expect following body contour surgery (belt lipectomy, thigh lift, brachioplasty and liposuction).
Instructions for patients on what to expect following breast augmentation.
Instructions for patients on what to expect following breast reduction surgery.
Instructions for patients on post-surgery drain care.
Instructions for patients on what to expect following same-day surgical procedures.
Instructions for patients on what to expect following gynecomastia excision.
Instructions for patients on what to expect following mastectomy and immediate reconstruction with tissue expanders or implants.
Instructions for patients on what to expect following facelift surgery.
Instructions for patients on what to expect following blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery).
Aftercare instructions for patients following Botox and cosmetic fillers.
Instructions for patients on what to expect following a rhinoplasty (nose surgery).
Acknowledgement form and information for patients undergoing laser surgery.
Instructions for patients on what to expect before and after laser surgery.
Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Wang Ambulatory Care Center 435
We are also located at:
Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care 102 Endicott Street Danvers, MA 01923
The Mass General Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is located in the Wang Ambulatory Care Center at 15 Parkman St. Parking is available in the Parkman St. and nearby Fruit St. and Yawkey Center garages. Please note that some GPS systems do not recognize the 15 Parkman St. address. If you use a GPS system to drive to Mass General, enter Blossom St. as your destination, and then turn onto Parkman directly from Blossom.
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