Reconstructive Surgery

Veterinary Reconstructive Surgery


Surgical Services for Cats and Dogs

Veterinary reconstructive surgery can have a significant positive impact on your pet’s quality of life. It is highly effective and often medically necessary in restoring a cat or dog’s health and well-being. Learn more below about the types of reconstructive procedures performed by our highly experienced and caring surgeons.

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Skin Grafting

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Deviated Septum

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Oral and Facial

What is Reconstructive Surgery?

Improving Your Pet’s Quality of Life

In veterinary medicine, reconstructive procedures are in no way beautifying procedures. Instead, reconstructive surgery is used to correct painful, debilitating, and irritating conditions. This includes helping with wound closures when not enough skin is available due to trauma, infection, or tumor removal, or opening up the nostrils in so-called “squishy-faced” breeds to allow for easier breathing, etc.

Types of Veterinary Reconstructive Surgery

A Wealth of Options to Help Your Pet

  • Airway / Respiratory Management
  • Cheiloplasty
  • Deviated Septum
  • Nasal Alar Fold
  • Oral and Facial Procedures
  • Wound / Skin Grafting

Animal reconstructive surgery should be performed by an experienced board-certified veterinary surgeon. Learn more about our team’s credentials, expertise, and commitment to excellence.

Our Pet Surgery Process

What Happens During Reconstructive Surgery

At Veterinary Surgical Specialists, our board-certified veterinary surgeons have a special interest in quality-of-life reconstructive procedures. Our experience and credentials mean your pet will be getting the best care possible.

Each pet family receives a personalized plan for their pet’s procedure, pain management, recovery, rehabilitation, medications, and follow up care. Providing the best possible quality of life is always our goal.

Schedule a Reconstructive Surgery Consultation

To schedule a consultation, please contact us. If you have already scheduled an appointment with us, please complete the New Client Form before arrival and review our updated safety protocols.

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