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People often associate plastic surgery with Hollywood glamour and good looks. But in some cases, especially those involving children, plastic surgery is necessary for daily life.
Think about a girl whose chin is rebuilt after a dog bite, or a boy whose face is reconstructed after a car accident. They have had a type of plastic surgery called reconstructive surgery, which improves and restores the function of a part of the body.
At Mercy, our pediatric specialists are dedicated to the reconstruction of the face and body after trauma, burns and disease.
We also specialize in surgically repairing such birth defects as:
Pediatric specialists at Mercy also can perform surgery to reshape normal structures of the body to improve your child’s ability to perform daily activities, to restore self-esteem and to help put the pieces of everyday life back in place.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including: