Plastic Surgery

From the Director of the Plastic Surgery Section,

Robert D. Lewis, MD


Plastic Surgery derives its name from the Greek term “Plastikos,” which means to mold and reshape. The discipline of Plastic Surgery is diverse and deals with the repair, replacement, and reconstruction of physical defects involving the skin, musculoskeletal system, craniomaxillofacial structures, hand, extremities, breast, trunk, and external genitalia. Because Plastic Surgery deals with difficult wounds and wound problems, meticulous attention is focused on wound closure and care. Whether you're considering cosmetic or reconstructive plastic surgery, you want the skill of a plastic surgeon who has more than six years of surgical training and experience, with at least three years specifically in plastic surgery. Their training and experience make them uniquely qualified to perform your cosmetic or reconstructive procedure.



Adam D. Cash, MD

John Buckley, MD

Daniel Garritano, MD

Robert D. Lewis, MD, Director






All surgeons may admit, evaluate, diagnose, consult, and provide preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative surgical care and correct or treat various condition, illnesses, and injuries of the surgical anatomy. The minimum number of procedures must be performed in a 2-year period to comply with appointment and reappointment criteria.