Facial Reconstruction after Trauma

Injuries to the face, head and neck—such as those caused by car accidents, sports injuries, work-related injuries and cancer removal—can be traumatic. Damage caused by these injuries, however, can often can be improved with facial reconstruction surgery.

From scar revision to complex trauma reconstruction, the surgeons of Washington University Facial Plastic Surgery center are uniquely qualified and skilled in facial reconstructive surgery. Gregory Branham, MD and John Chi, MD are leaders in academic medicine, and use the latest techniques and technology to restore natural appearance.

Depending on the injury,  multiple procedures may be required to achieve ideal results. Complex cases may require a team approach, utilizing other specialists such as ophthalmologists, dermatologists or general plastic surgeons. As Washington University physicians, Drs. Branham and Chi have access to the consultative support of all Washington University specialists.

Our goal is to help you look and feel your best.

If you or someone you know is thinking about reconstructive surgery, call for your comprehensive consultation.

Drs. Branham and Chi are board-certified, fellowship-trained surgeons and the Facial Plastic Surgery Center is dedicated to providing you expert, compassionate care: 314-996-3880.