Pediatric Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Procedures

Plastic surgeons at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia perform many types of pediatric plastic and reconstructive surgical procedures, from the most common to the most complex. The following chart highlights our team's experience, with examples of surgeries frequently performed by our Division, as well as some of the rarer procedures that our team has experience with.

Please note that this list does not include all surgical procedures we offer, so we encourage you to contact our Division with any questions.

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Volumes

Total cases: 17,043

 
Lesion excisions: 5,709
 
Craniofacial surgeries: 4,141
 
Cleft lip or palate surgeries: 1,340
 
Surgeries on hands or feet: 1,312
 
Laser procedures: 1,277
 
Scar revisions (all types): 1,276
 
Nasal surgeries (all types): 925
 
Surgery for wounds: 556
 
Ear surgeries: 318
 
Breast surgeries: 189

 

 

Surgical procedures performed by the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at CHOP, 2010 – 2014.

 

 

Why Choose CHOP for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Learn about what makes CHOP’s Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery unique, and why our experience makes us the best choice for your child’s care.

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Your Child's Appointment with Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Find information about what to expect during your child's visit to CHOP's Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.