Dr. Mark E. Chariker, M.D., FACS
Dr. Scott J. Rapp, M.D.

Reconstructive Surgery: The gift of new beginnings

Some of our reconstructive patients and their families come to us optimistically. Others have nearly lost hope. But they all share one quality—courage.

It’s never easy to cope with the effects of a disfiguring accident or illness, whether it affects you, your child, or another loved one. And sometimes it’s difficult to share your fears and concerns with others—including medical professionals.

We understand and respect your vulnerability, and want you to know that no matter how bad you think the problem you’re facing may be, we can help.

Reconstructing lives, not just bodies.

The faces and bodies we present to the world affect every interaction we have with our families, friends, colleagues, employers, and everyone we meet. That’s why the work we do for our patients is fundamentally personal because it’s about their identities.

We take the time to listen to our patients and their families because we believe it’s important to deeply understand who they are—their hopes, dreams, and plans for the future—before we present options and make recommendations for treatment.

To help ensure the best possible results, the procedures we perform will be tailored specifically to your condition, physical structure, who you are as a person, and your dreams for the future.

A dedication to precision—and aesthetics.

Each patient’s face and body has it’s own special qualities and strengths.

The same aesthetic vision, artistry, and eye for balance that lead patients to seek us out for cosmetic surgery also drives us to go beyond simply correcting problems.

Learn more about the reconstructive procedures we perform: