Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

ENT specialists in facial plastic surgery treat cleft palates, drooping eyelids, hair loss, ear deformities, facial paralysis, trauma reconstruction, head and neck cancer reconstruction, and revisions of facial cosmetic surgery.

Dr. J. Regan Thomas – Board Certified Otolaryngologist

Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Conditions

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A “cleft” means a split or separation. A cleft palate refers to the roof of your mouth with or without the lip being split as well.

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A broken nose, or nasal fracture, can significantly alter your appearance. It can also make it much harder to breathe through your nose.

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Young girl with traumatic facial injuries

Pediatric facial trauma differs from adult injury because children’s faces are not fully formed, and future growth will be a factor in how the child heals and recovers.

Adult woman in consult for cosmetic facial surgery

Facial plastic surgery is a part of otolaryngology that is divided into two categories: reconstructive and cosmetic.

Boy after plastic surgery of the ear

Ear plastic surgery can help patients born with underdeveloped, protruding, or drooping ear(s) due to weak or poorly formed cartilage.

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ENT specialists treat a diverse range of conditions and disorders of the ears, nose, throat, head, and neck region—from simple to severe, for all persons, at all stages of life.

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