Reconstructive Surgery

  • Facial Reconstructive Surgery
  • Nose Surgery
  • Scar Revisions
  • Skin Cancer Surgery

Facial plastic surgery can also be reconstructive surgery. If you can imagine how many injuries, birth defects, or disfigurement issues arise in our imperfect lives, there is a procedure that can help improve the problem.

Facial plastic surgery by New Jersey surgeon Dr. Nicole Schrader can be performed to not only correct aging, but to correct facial defects such as cleft lips, and facial defects after skin cancer removal.

If you’ve been considering reconstructive facial plastic surgery, please request a consultation online, or call Dr. Schrader’s office at 609-279-0009.

For many surgical procedures, the method of choice has shifted from traditional open surgery to the use of less invasive techniques. Minimally invasive surgery is surgery done with the aid of a viewing scope and specially designed surgical instruments. The scope allows the surgeon to perform major surgery through several tiny openings without the need for a large incision.

In reconstructive surgery, minimally invasive procedures use newer technologies, such as a laser, to perform procedures that once required extensive surgery and recovery time. Today’s plastic surgeons have available a variety of tools and techniques that make procedures more accessible and affordable.

Recovery times vary depending upon the procedure.

Dr. Schrader has 10 years experience, over 6 years in private practice in Princeton and performed hundreds of reconstructive surgeries and other cosmetic procedures.

Plastic surgery involves many choices. The first and most important is selecting a surgeon you can trust. Choosing a good facial plastic surgeon ensures that you have selected a physician who:

  • Is trained and experienced in all facial plastic surgery procedures
  • Operates only in accredited medical facilities
  • Adheres to a strict code of ethics
  • Is board certified by The American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)

Click here to request your consultation with Dr. Schrader.