About our service
Our team of Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons each bring specialist clinical expertise coupled with evidence-based medicine to deliver the gold standard of care in their fields of interest. All of our surgeons are on the Specialist Register of the Irish Medical Council for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and are members of the Irish Association of Plastic Surgeons.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery encompasses many sub-speciality interests broadly categorised into trauma surgery, reconstructive surgery and aesthetic/cosmetic surgery.
The primary purpose of reconstructive surgery is the restoration of form and function following cancer, traumatic injury or in congenital malformations.
We treat an extensive range of conditions including the following
- Hand surgery – elective and trauma
- Breast surgery – reconstructive and cosmetic/aesthetic
- Skin cancer surgery and reconstruction
- Head and neck reconstruction
- Limb reconstruction
- Body contouring surgery
- Facial surgery – reconstructive and cosmetic
Breast augmentation and breast reduction enhance breast size and shape by lifting a sagging bust line, creating a more symmetrical bust, enhancing smaller breasts and reducing larger breasts.
Our cosmetic surgery comprises a wide range of surgical procedures including:
- Abdominoplasty (tummy tucks)
- Aesthetic Surgery
- Breast augmentation
- Breast reduction surgery
- Nose jobs (rhinoplasty)
- Eyelid lifts (blepharoplasty)
- Face and necklift
- Plastic surgery
- Tendon Surgery
- Carpal tunnel surgery
- Wide Excisions of SCC's
- Minor Graphs
- Nerve Repair
Reconstructive plastic surgery aims to improve or normalize the function or appearance of the body. Reconstructive Plastic Surgeons treat all parts of the body for conditions such as trauma (eg hands and face), burns, tumours, infections and congenital or acquired deformities.
Advance technology and microsurgery techniques have improved significantly the options for patients with significant deformities such as mastectomy or facial disfigurement. Plastic surgeons often work in conjunction with other surgical sub-specialities (e.g. orthopaedics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and ENT.
- Brachial plexus surgery to relieve pain and restore sensation and motor function to your shoulders, arms and hands
- Breast reconstruction
- Burn surgery
- Cleft lip and palate disorders
- Hand surgery including carpal tunnel decompresson, dupuytrens, trigger finger, tendon surgery, nerve repair