Facial & Hand Surgery
Dr. Bryan C. McIntosh offers reconstructive surgery for hand and facial fractures and injuries to patients in Bellevue, Seattle and the surrounding Washington areas.
The goal of treatment of injuries of the hand and face is to restore function and appearance. In cases of trauma, after emergency care is administered, Dr. McIntosh works with Bellevue patients to determine the best techniques for trauma reconstruction and minimal scarring. His patients are highly satisfied with their recovered range of motion and looks.
How Is Reconstructive Facial and Hand Surgery Performed?
For the hand, Dr. McIntosh will focus on reconstructing the skin, tendons, bones, nerves and arteries in the best possible way depending on the type and severity of the injury. Most procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis with a general or local anesthetic.
For facial fractures, Dr. McIntosh will make the necessary repairs through discreet incisions. Milder cases may benefit from endoscopy, a minimally invasive type of surgery that uses a tiny incision and a small camera for precise, intricate corrections. More extensive surgeries may require a bone or skin graft, screws and metal plates, and a hospital stay during initial recovery.
How Much Does Reconstructive Facial and Hand Surgery Cost in Seattle?
The cost varies widely depending on the location and extent of reconstructive plastic surgery needed. Most insurance companies will cover at least part of the expense for this non-cosmetic procedure. Dr. McIntosh will discuss the costs with you at your consultation.
Am I a Good Candidate for Reconstructive Facial and Hand Surgery in Seattle?
You may be a good candidate for trauma surgery for the hand if any of the following applies to you:
•You have suffered an injury that led to the loss of function in your hand.
•You have a fracture in your hand, wrist or finger.
•Your hand, finger, wrist or forearm have been burned, crushed or cut.
You may be a good candidate for facial fracture repairs if any of these is true:
•You have a broken bone in your face, such as the jaw, nose or cheekbone.
•You have a fracture in the eye socket.
•An accident has broken a facial bone, and your face no longer looks as it did before the accident.
Dr. McIntosh has performed countless trauma reconstruction surgeries for the hand and face. Patients are thrilled with their restored looks and function, such mobility and the ability to breathe and chew effortlessly. Returning to their previous lifestyle and appearance has helped Bellevue patients to recover more quickly from accidents, both physically and psychologically. Dr. McIntosh welcomes the opportunity to meet with you and determine how trauma reconstruction can best help you.