Hand Surgery

Bangor Plastic and Hand Surgery provides a full range of plastic, reconstructive and microsurgery procedures to restore or enhance the appearance, feeling, and function in the hands.

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery for Hand Injuries

The most common procedures in hand surgery are done to repair injured hands, including fractured bones, damaged tendons, nerves, blood vessels, or joints, and skin injuries such as burns or cuts. Bangor Plastic and Hand Surgery performs skilled and precise reconstructive and microsurgery to restore function and appearance even in cases of severe hand injuries.


We repair the injured parts of the hand by transferring skin, bone, nerves, or other tissue from a healthy part of the body.

Hand Replantation or Transplantation

Using microsurgery an extremely precise and delicate process performed under magnification we can restore accidentally amputated fingers or hands. Some injuries may require several operations over an extended period of time.

In many cases, skilled reconstructive surgery can restore a significant degree of feeling and function to injured hands. It's important to understand, however, that recovery may take months, and may require a period of physical hand therapy.