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Providence Medical Group Plastic Surgery Services

1906.6 miles away
406-327-3199
Fax: 406-327-3332
Mon - Fri: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Providence Medical Group Plastic Surgery Services

Mon - Fri: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
1906.6 miles away
Fax: 406-327-3332

At Providence Medical Group Plastic Surgery Services, we combine excellence and integrity with plastic and reconstructive surgery to provide well-rounded care in a safe, supportive environment. Your potential is our passion!

The majority of our surgeries are performed in an outpatient hospital with direct anesthesiology staff supervision and monitoring. This unique setting provides a higher level of safety compared to office-based surgery centers. This added level of support lets us focus on giving you the best possible surgical outcome. We provide a wide range of plastic and reconstructive procedures:

  • Facial: nose reshaping, eyelid surgery, facelift and ear correction
  • Breast: augmentation, lift, reduction (male/female) and breast reconstruction surgery
  • Scar revisions
  • Hand surgery: carpal tunnel, trigger finger, arthroplasty
  • Excision of both benign (lipoma, epidermal inclusion cyst, etc.) and malignant (BCC, SCCA, melanoma) lesions with reconstructions from primary closure to flaps, as necessary
  • Soft-tissue repairs of:
    • Dog bites
    • Facial (and other) lacerations
    • Trauma
  • Implant-based breast reconstruction surgery, breast reduction, revisions to reconstructed breasts
  • Rhinoplasty (nose reshaping), blepharoplasty (upper and lower eyelid surgery), and otoplasty (correction of prominent ears, droopy or split lobes, etc.)
  • Scar revisions
  • Soft-tissue coverage of hardware and/or vital structures (nerves, arteries, veins, tendons, bone)
  • Treatment of common hand injuries and conditions, including:
    • Carpal tunnel syndrome
    • Cubital tunnel syndrome (ulnar neuropathy)
    • Trigger finger
    • Dupuytren’s disease/contracture
    • Thumb CMC arthritis
    • PIP and DIP arthritis, including mucous cysts
    • Flexor and extensor tendon ruptures and lacerations
    • Forearm, wrist, and hand fractures
    • Nailbed and fingertip injuries
    • Peripheral nerve injuries, lacerations
    • Raynaud’s phenomenon