As a plastic surgeon, Dr. Kevin Cook believes reconstructive surgery has the ability to rebuild and repair not just the body but the whole person by restoring beauty, function, and your peace of mind. Dr. Cook’s training as a cosmetic surgeon allows him to utilize an artistic eye when designing the approach for your reconstructive procedure to create results that look natural. Our patients at Midland Plastic Surgery Center have sought out Dr. Cook’s expertise in reconstructive surgery to: address the effects of a traumatic injury; restore the breast after a mastectomy; treat cancerous areas of the skin; or renew areas affected by congenital irregularities.
For more information about our reconstructive surgery options, please read more about each procedure below. If you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Cook, please contact our office today.
Breast reconstruction can create a breast that both looks and feels natural. With his compassionate disposition and extensive experience in plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Cook carefully listens to your desires and concerns before designing a custom-tailored treatment approach for results that can closely match your natural breast.
Facial Trauma and Reconstruction
Facial trauma can be caused by a wide range of incidents, including sports injury, car accident, or severe animal bite. Since the face is such an integral component of our self-image, Dr. Cook takes extraordinary care with his reconstructive surgery patients to reduce cosmetic damage, restore as much function as possible, and achieve results that look both beautiful and natural. Dr. Cook also performs ear and nasal reconstruction procedures, and can address hereditary irregularities in addition to traumatic effects.
Mohs micrographic surgery can serve as an extremely effective treatment for basal cell carcinoma (BCC) or squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) skin cancer conditions. Dr. Cook can remove the cancerous cells from your skin while simultaneously examining the surrounding areas for traces of skin cancer at the microscopic level. With the ability to maximize the preservation of healthy tissue and minimize residual skin damage, Mohs reconstruction is known to have a very high success rate.