Pediatric Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Care for Children
ETSU Health's team is here to meet the pediatric plastic surgery needs within the
Appalachian Highlands. Pediatric plastic surgery encompasses everything from cleft
lip and palate, head shape differences (craniosynostosis), skin lesions lumps and
bumps, facial and hand cuts and trauma, burns, webbed finger release (syndactyly)
or extra digit removal (polydactyly), and ear reconstruction (microtia).
- Burn Reconstruction
- Cleft Lip and Palate
- Craniosynostosis (head shape differences)
Facial and Hand Cuts and Trauma
Microtia (ear reconstruction)
Polydactyly (extra digit removal)
Skin Lesions, Lumps and Bumps
Syndactyly (webbed finger release)
Jeremy M. Powers, M.D.
Dr. Jeremy Powers provides comprehensive plastic and reconstructive surgery, including pediatric cleft and craniofacial surgery, extremity salvage surgery, and facial trauma reconstruction. He applies his skills with technical excellence and strives to be a good listener, working with his patients to develop the best plan of care to achieve their goals.
3rd Floor325 N. State of Franklin Road, Johnson City, TN, 37604
Why ETSU Health?
At ETSU Health, we work with your child’s pediatrician or family doctor to provide
the highest level of care and attention to your child’s needs. Partnership with Niswonger
Children’s Hospital in Johnson City allows surgical procedures to be performed in
a safe and “kid-friendly” environment, close to home.
Procedures requiring either an outpatient surgical facility or inpatient stay are available through the following centers:
- Niswonger Children’s Hospital, Johnson City, TN
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