As of March, 2016 Dr. Bharti joins Hunstad Kortesis Plastic Surgery + MedSpa in Charlotte, NC. New and existing patients are welcome to call 704-659-9000 to set up consultations with Dr. Bharti's new office.
Reconstructive surgery in Johnson City TN can treat problems caused by congenital defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma, infection, tumors or disease.
Dr. Bharti's goal is to restore a normal appearance and normal function to abnormal structures of your body. Reconstructive procedures are usually covered by health insurance policies, although insurance coverage varies.
When to Consider Reconstructive Surgery
Reconstructive surgery in Johnson City TN helps patients of all ages and types – whether it's a child with a birth defect, a young adult injured in an accident, or an older adult with a problem caused by aging. Keep reading to learn about the reconstructive procedures performed by Dr. Bharti here in Johnson City.
Breast reconstruction is a surgical procedure that works to restore a woman's feminine figure with breast implants after injury or a post-breast cancer mastectomy. Learn more about your reconstructive options.
Dr. Bharti is a master of the latest techniques in hand surgery. Restore strength and function to your hands following trauma, disease or birth defects.
Mohs surgery is a specialized surgical technique used to remove various forms of skin cancer. After the affected area is removed in Mohs surgery, Dr. Bharti performs reconstructive surgery to close the wound and provide the best possible aesthetic outcome.
Plastic surgeons can often improve the appearance of a scar, making it less obvious through the injection or application of certain steroid medications or through surgical procedures known as scar revisions.
Skin cancer is diagnosed by removing all or part of a skin growth and examining its cells under a microscope. It can be treated by a number of methods, depending on the type of cancer, its stage of growth, and its location on your body.
Tissue expansion is a procedure to create skin during reconstructive surgery. Learn more about tissue expansion and recovery.