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Expert Laceration Repair with Dr. Mark Fisher

Laceration repair is a highly customizable procedure, as lacerations can come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and severities. Regardless of how deep or large a laceration is, it’s important that it be closed and repaired as quickly as possible. Preferably, this is done in a way that minimizes scarring and effectively rebuilds the tissues, for a full restoration of the injury site.

Dr. Mark Fisher’s extensive level of fellowship training has enabled him to address even the most challenging of lacerations. As a trained pediatric plastic surgeon, he is also adept at working with younger patients and frequently performs pediatric reconstructive surgery. To learn more about what Dr. Fisher can do for you or your child, reach out to Dr. Mark Fisher’s office and set up your consultation today.

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When to Consider Laceration Repair

A laceration is any significant cut or tear made to the skin. These can vary in size, shape, and severity, which means that no two laceration repair procedures are ever exactly the same. Some lacerations can be relatively shallow, and might only require simple sutures or stitches to close.

In other cases, lacerations can be quite deep. This may involve tissue repair to multiple layers, in a reconstructive procedure that can be somewhat involved. When this involves the delicate structures of the face, Dr. Mark Fisher is able to call upon his extensive fellowship training in craniofacial plastic surgery to repair any wounds and restore full functionality.

Some lacerations can be straight lines and are relatively easy to repair. When lacerations are irregular, however, Dr. Fisher possesses the skill and training needed to effectively minimize scarring and restore the treatment area’s cosmetic appearance.

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Dr. Mark Fisher: Trained for Excellence

As a fellowship trained pediatric and craniofacial plastic surgeon, Dr. Fisher is uniquely experienced in treating and caring for children. Often, simple lacerations can be treated in the comfort of Dr. Fisher’s Westport office, thus eliminating the need for a trip to the Emergency Room or Urgent Care.

If you or your child have suffered a traumatic injury to the face or body, do not hesitate to call our office. Not only will Dr. Fisher address your or your child’s wound and help to heal your injury, but he will restore the full cosmetic appearance and functionality of the treatment area, as well.

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