When you suffer from an extreme injury, a surprise medical complication, or a complex diagnosis, it can often leave you feeling unsure and uneasy. At SuperGroup, PLLC, we have your back. Our plastic surgeons specialize not only in advanced reconstructive procedures, but also in problem-solving. Simply put, we are the doctors people call when they have an especially challenging case and need leaders in the field to restore them to full functionality.
With offices in Fort Worth, TX, Denton, TX, and Plano, TX, our surgeons can address any reconstructive need, resolving underlying pathologies and offering full rehabilitation. We invite you to learn more about our areas of expertise.
At SuperGroup, PLLC, we treat many patients who are afflicted by pilonidal cysts, abnormal pockets of tissue that tend to form at the top of the buttocks. When infected, these cysts can become extraordinarily painful and often require advanced surgical intervention to not only remove them but also restore the surrounding skin and tissue. Our team can resolve even the most severe cases of pilonidal disease, relieving your pain and helping you feel “back to normal” again.
Hidradenitis suppurativa is a chronic condition that involves recurrent swollen, red, painful abscesses, most often due to hair follicle occlusion. These abscesses can occur in many places throughout the body, and they often result in bleeding, discharge of pus, or even foul odors. For extreme cases, surgery is the only real treatment option. SuperGroup is well-known for the treatment of this condition, and we are pleased to offer expedient, responsive, and attentive care to our patients.
Not only does cancer have a ravaging effect on the body, but the treatment of cancer can be harrowing in and of itself. Those who receive treatment for rectal cancer or skin cancer may be left with damaged skin and tissue, in need of an expert reconstruction. At SuperGroup, our surgeons can address underlying pathologies, restore functionality, and ensure proper healing for post-cancer patients. We welcome you to learn more about the treatment options we provide.
Life-saving surgeries can sometimes result in unintended complications. These complications may include infections caused by prosthetic devices, such as artificial knees and hips. They may also include hernias or other injuries that result from the trauma of surgical intervention. No matter the nature or severity of your post-surgical complication, our surgeons can provide the necessary healing. Our areas of specialty include rare and complex disorders such as rectovaginal fistula, as well as complicated nasal fractures.
Traumatic injuries can be sustained through car accidents, sports accidents, or accidents in the workplace. These injuries may cause both physical and psychological damage, and in some cases, impede your everyday life or your career advancement. Addressing traumatic injuries may require multiple surgeries, and the procedures employed may be very delicate or complex in nature. The problem solvers at SuperGroup can tackle even the most challenging cases, including hand injuries, significant burns, facial traumas, and beyond.
Significant scarring may result from medical treatment, traumatic injury, or long-standing ailments. Scars that are left in highly visible places, such as the face, may cause feelings of shame or low self-esteem, while scars in more intimate areas may lead to awkwardness or embarrassment. Scar revision is a process in which a surgeon seeks to improve or even eliminate the appearance of scarring, taking away that discomfort and embarrassment. We are pleased to offer scar revision procedures here at SuperGroup, PLLC.
Through the skin grafting process, a surgeon can take skin from one part of the body and transplant it to another part of the body, using it to conceal wounds or replace lost tissue. Skin grafting can be one of the most effective ways to contend with major burns or other injuries. The reconstructive surgeons at SuperGroup, PLLC offer expertise in skin grafting and are prepared to offer expedient treatment to patients in need.