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Reconstructive Surgery

People in all stages of life, from newborns to the elderly, suffer from physical abnormalities. Babies are born with cleft lips or malformed ears. Accidents of all kinds leave bodies bruised, broken, and scarred. Arthritis can disfigure the hands of people as they age.

Reconstructive Surgery in New York - Let Us Help You

Modern surgical techniques and technology have enabled our surgeons to repair or resolve a multitude of diverse physical abnormalities, both congenital and attained, to help our patients function more normally and live their lives confidently. We offer a wide variety of reconstructive surgery procedures in our New York practice.

Breast Reconstruction

Women who have lost one or both breasts to mastectomy have various breast reconstruction surgical options depending on whether they choose to replace their breasts or not.

Craniofacial Surgery

In addition to the surgical correction of congenital craniofacial deformities in children, we offer adults a variety of options including repairing facial fractures both immediately after trauma to the face or sometime afterwards, augmenting and reducing the chin, upper and lower jaw repositioning surgery to correct the bite or enhance facial appearance.

Pediatric Plastic Surgery

We are proud to have distinguished pediatric plastic and craniofacial surgeons on staff who have extensive training and experience in repairing cleft lip, cleft palate, cleft alveolus, and cleft nose, ear reconstruction (otoplasty), and orthognathic (jaw), craniofacial, and craniosynostosis surgery.

Hand Surgery

We specialize in resolving traumatic hand injuries, as well as congenital anomalies, nerve compression syndromes (such as carpal tunnel), arthritic deformities, and tumors. Our surgeons, who treat over half the patients at Westchester Medical Center with problems related to hands and upper extremities, aim to restore comfort, mobility, and a more natural appearance to the hands.


Using the latest equipment and technology, our surgeons perform reconstructive surgery on very small structures of the body, such as blood vessels and nerves. Our New York surgeons use microsurgical techniques to reconstruct or repair damaged or disfigured skin, muscles, or other tissues, and to transplant tissues from other parts of the body.

Burn Care

Patients who have undergone severe burns may require reconstructive burn surgery after their initial wounds have healed to improve both the function and the cosmetic appearance of the affected areas. Patients often require ongoing burn care as scar tissue treatments usually require several months to be effective. Also, scar tissue can continue to develop long after the original burn, especially in the case of developing, young patients.

Skin Cancer Surgery

If you have had an area of skin cancer removed, we can effectively reconstruct the area using modern reconstructive surgery techniques.

Wound Healing

We resolve severe burns or cuts using surgical techniques like skin grafts, tissue expansion, and flap surgery.

While the conditions are diverse, people from all over the Tarrytown, Goshen, and Tri-State areas have trusted the reconstructive surgeons of New York Group for Plastic Surgery for over 27 years. Our team of highly trained, skilled, and experienced surgeons, along with our knowledgeable, supportive office staff will help guide you through the entire surgical process.

Are you ready to find out more? Request a consultation online with the New York Group for Plastic Surgery. We have offices conveniently located in Westchester and Orange Counties. You can also give us a call at 800-433-7410 to reach our New York City office or 914-366-6139 to reach our Tarrytown office. Call 845-294-2018 to reach our Goshen office in Orange County, New York. Call 914-293-8700 to reach our offices at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center, Cortlandt Manor, NY.

Because these procedures are often not purely cosmetic, it is likely that your medical insurance will cover some or all of the cost. Our helpful and knowledgeable office staff will be happy to work with you and your insurance provider to determine your particular coverage.

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