Reconstructive surgery can help correct defects caused by genetics, disease, or injury, while also restoring normal appearance and function. Dr. Brad Gandolfi specializes in various reconstructive surgical options for the face, breast, and body. Visit our practice in NYC to learn more about the options available for your specific needs.
Oversized breasts can contribute to a range of health problems, including chronic back and neck pain. Additionally, having larger breasts may make it challenging to find clothing that fits well. A breast reduction surgery can address each of these problems, bringing your breasts into a more natural proportion.
A deviated septum may lead to nasal obstructions, and labored or difficult breathing. Often, the only way to experience long-term relief is through a reconstructive surgery known as a septoplasty, which corrects the deviated septum.
For women who are diagnosed with breast cancer, the best treatments often involve the removal of all or part of the breast. Reconstructive surgery can restore the appearance of the breasts following a mastectomy or lumpectomy.
For growths too large for a dermatologist to remove in-office, Dr. Gandolfi can offer surgical removal of cancerous growths as well as full aesthetic reconstruction. For smaller affected areas, his surgical experience offers him the skill to restore the skin to a more natural state.
Traumatic accidents can lead to facial injuries, including issues with the nose, jaw, chin, and cheeks. With years of experience under his belt, Dr. Gandolfi can recreate your facial features to restore function and appearance.
Lipomas are slow-growing, fatty lumps. While they are usually not cancerous, they can be embarrassing or uncomfortable. Dr. Gandolfi can remove them safely and expediently, and help you feel more satisfied with your appearance.
Cleft lip and cleft palate are facial abnormalities that are present from birth. For children born with these conditions, Dr. Gandolfi can offer full reconstructive surgery, all while prioritizing safety and long-term wellbeing.