Wakefield Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery for SKIN
Wakefield Reconstructive Surgery
Wakefield Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery - cosmetic surgery
Wakefield Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery - trauma service
Wakefield Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery for hands - hand cosmetic surgery
Wakefield Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery for children - childrens surgery


We offer a range of reconstructive surgery.


Breast reconstruction is the rebuilding of a breast so as to construct a natural-looking breast.

Reconstruction of the breast if often required for:

  • asymmetric or abnormal development of the breasts,
  • breast deformity caused by trauma or burns
  • post-mastectomy for breast cancer

There is a variety of procedures available to reconstruct the breast mound, areola and nipple. It can involve the use of a patent’s own tissues or prostheses such as tissue expanders and breast implants.

Often breast surgery may involve more than one procedure with the initial operation designed to establish a breast shape and a second procedure to create a nipple and possibly to correct residual scars and shape. Occasional the other breast may be operated on to lift it or alter its size in order to match the reconstructed breast.

Following mastectomy for breast malignancy, woman have the option of an immediate reconstruction or delaying the reconstruction until after the completion of radiotherapy or chemotherapy.

Our surgeons will discuss the reconstructive options available as each one has advantages and disadvantages. We can also work with your breast surgeon to co-ordinate and expedite appropriate treatment and reconstruction in a timely manner.

To learn more about the treatment options available for breast reconstruction, please contact our rooms.

Reconstructive surgery for HEAD and NECK CANCERS 

The term head and neck tumors refers to a group of tumors that are occur within the upper aero-digestive tract, including the lip, mouth, nasal cavity, sinuses, pharynx, larynx, lymph nodes and salivary glands.

These tumors can be both benign and cancerous. Most head and neck cancers are associated with certain environmental and lifestyle risk factors, including tobacco smoking, alcohol consumption, UV light and occupational exposures, and certain strains of viruses, such as the human papillomavirus. Most of these cancers are highly curable if detected early, and are usually treated with some form of surgery although chemotherapy and radiation therapy may also play an important role.

The management of complex tumours of the head and neck region often requires a coordinated approach by the surgeon excising the tumour, the reconstruction surgeons and other specialists such as medical and radiation oncologists.

Many different treatments and therapies are used in the treatment of the different variety of head and neck tumours. The aim of surgery is to remove the tumour, prevent recurrence and restore function and cosmesis.

To learn more about the treatment options available for head and neck cancers, please contact our rooms.


Microsurgery is a general term for surgery performed using an operating microscope.

It is used for procedures that require the reconstruction of small blood vessels and nerves down to 0.5 mm in diameter.

Microsurgery is an important techniques used in reconstruction after excision of head & neck cancers, breast cancers, complex hand injuries and other difficult reconstructions involving bones and soft tissues.

To learn more about microsurgery, please contact our rooms.


We treat all forms of hand trauma including: sports injuries, fractures, dislocations, lacerations, tendon injuries, and nerve injuries. 

For more information, please view our page on hand plastic and reconstructive surgery »


Would you like more information about plastic or cosmetic surgery? Do you need reconstructive surgery? We welcome you to contact us at our Adelaide practice.
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