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RECONSTRUCTIVE SERVICES

At Plastic Surgeons of Northern Arizona, our team of highly trained surgeons regularly perform a wide variety of reconstructive surgeries to correct structural abnormalities caused by trauma, congenital defects, tumors or disease. With each type of surgery, which include breast reconstruction, breast reduction, MOHS reconstruction after skin cancer removal, cleft lip and palate repair, scar revision, skin grafting for burn patients and surgical repair of traumatic facial injuries, they strive for improved appearance with the highest level of functionality. Their goal is that each patient return to normal activities as quickly as possible, with minimal post-operative pain or scarring.

 
 
 

Members American Society of Plastic Surgeons - Dr. Stephen F. Lex, M.D. and Dr. Jack Quigley, M.D. and Dr. Adam Boettcher, M.D. an Dr. Patrick Cole, M.D.

About Us

Plastic Surgeons of Northern Arizona (PSNA) is proud to offer state-of-the-art surgical care to all the residents of northern Arizona. With a main office in Flagstaff and satellite offices in Sedona, Cottonwood, the Village of Oak Creek, Kingman, Payson, Page, Lakeside, and Prescott, PSNA offers its patients the convenience of a wide variety of procedures as well as locations.

Dr. Lex, Dr. Quigley, Dr. Boettcher, and Dr. Cole are all Board Certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery by The American Board of Plastic Surgery, and all are members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. All four doctors perform everything from facelifts and Mommy Makeovers to breast reconstruction after breast cancer surgery and skin cancer reconstruction, to endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery, Botox injections, laser skin resurfacing, and dermal fillers.

In addition to being Board Certified plastic and reconstructive surgeons, Dr. Lex, Dr. Quigley, Dr. Boettcher, and Dr. Cole are all hand surgery specialists, treating everything from hand trauma to arthritis and other hand dysfunction, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, and chronic thumb pain.