Reconstructive Care at Columbia
Reconstructive surgery is performed to correct abnormalities that may have been caused by birth defects, trauma, disease, tumors, or other causes. Reconstructive surgery can improve both function as well as appearance of a part of the body. Some common reconstructive surgeries include breast reconstruction after mastectomy, cleft lip and cleft palate surgery, scar revision, and skin reconstruction after cancer.
Good reconstructive care requires knowledge, experience and compassion. That’s exactly what we offer you if you choose to work with us. With our reconstructive surgery program, you can expect:
- Top Quality: We are proud to be a part of US World & News Report’s #1 hospital in New York, but even prouder of the consistently excellent results we get from our own patient satisfaction surveys.
- More Options: As part of a full-service academic institution, we have access to all the latest tools and techniques, as well as ongoing research to find the next generation of innovative procedures.
- Comprehensive Care: We cover all reconstructive needs, for both adults and children. In fact, we have one of the country’s only dedicated craniofacial centers to help children with cleft lip and cleft palate.
If you wish to schedule an appointment for an initial consultation to discuss what procedure might be right for you, please call (212) 305-5868 or request an appointment online.
We’ve put together these educational guides to help you make informed decisions about your cosmetic or reconstructive care. To learn more about the reconstructive procedures that we offer, please explore the links below.
Need more information? Call (212) 305-5868 or request an appointment online.
- Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
- Breast reconstruction after mastectomy
- Cleft Lip and Palate
- Craniofacial Surgery
- Extremity Reconstruction
- Otoplasty Reconstruction
- Skin Lesion Excision
- Skin – Moh's procedure
You can also check out our Plastic Surgery FAQs for more information.
The Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery offer a full range of cosmetic and reconstructive surgical procedures. Our Board-certified surgeons would love the opportunity to meet with you to discuss your goals to determine the appropriate procedure(s) to help you look and feel your best at any age.
To meet our team, call (212) 305-5868 or request an appointment online.
Robert T. Grant, MD | (212) 305-3103
Dr. Grant's expertise and experience as a plastic surgeon has made him a sought-after leader in the field. He is included in the annual Castle-Connolly Guide of America's Cosmetic Surgeons and Dentists and has been named to New York Magazine's list of Best Doctors in New York multiple times. Read more »
Jeffrey A. Ascherman, MD | (212) 305-9612
Dr. Ascherman is an experienced plastic and reconstructive surgeon who has published over 75 scientific articles and chapters, and has been included multiple times in Castle Connolly’s list of America’s Top Doctors and in New York Magazine’s annual list of Best Doctors. He has been an active participant in humanitarian surgical missions, and has traveled numerous times to China as well as to South America to perform volunteer surgeries. Read more »
Lloyd A. Hoffman, MD | (212) 326-5546
Dr. Hoffman is an award-winning plastic surgeon practicing in New York City. Dr. Hoffman is known for his compassionate care and exceptional results across the entire spectrum of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. After becoming the youngest Plastic Surgery Division chief in the country, he went on to develop a highly successful private practice in 2004. In 2017, Dr. Hoffman returned to academic medicine, joining the #1 hospital system in New York at Columbia University/NewYork-Presbyterian, where he now leads the midtown plastics practice. Read more »
Thomas A. Imahiyerobo, MD | (212) 305-5868
As Director of Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery, Dr. Imahiyerobo is a national leader in the treatment of cleft lip, cleft palate, craniosynostosis, frontal facial advancement and orthognathic (jaw) surgery. He also specializes in the care of adult cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the head and neck. When not performing surgery, he is focused on outcomes research for cleft lip and palate surgery, as well as the effects of craniosynostosis on pediatric cognitive development. Read more »
Christine Rohde, MD | (212) 342-3707
A highly skilled clinician, researcher and teacher, Dr. Rohde is trained in the diagnosis and treatment of the full range of plastic reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, specializing in microsurgery, abdominal wall reconstruction, body contouring, cosmetic surgery, and breast, trauma, and cancer reconstruction. She is chief of microvascular services for the plastic surgery division. Dr. Rohde has numerous publications and presentations in the field of plastic surgery, and is a frequently-requested speaker. Read more »
June K. Wu, MD | (212) 342-3704
Dr. Wu is board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in pediatric reconstructive surgery and pediatric vascular anomalies. She trained at Boston Children’s Hospital before joining the team at Columbia. Read more »
Call us at (212) 305-5868 or reach us through our online appointment form.
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Stories & Perspectives
- State of the Union: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 2020. An interview with Robert Grant, MD, Columbia’s Chief of Plastic Surgery, on the current state and future of the field. Read more »
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