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Reconstructive Procedures

Conveniently located to serve Houston, Sugar Land and Pasadena

Rebuild Your Features

Cleft Palate

smiling young girlCleft lip and palate are among the most common congenital malformations. Plastic surgeon Dr. Azita Madjidi has a particular interest in treating patients of all ages with a cleft lip or cleft palate at her Houston, Texas office. She proudly serves Pasadena, Sugar Land, and patients from around the world. This condition can have a detrimental effect on a person’s appearance, ability to speak, and their self-esteem. Dr. Madjidi has extensive experience correcting this condition in patients of all ages in locations around the globe.

Breast Reconstruction

woman covering her left breastWhen the integrity of the breasts is destroyed, it can be devastating for many women. Breast reconstruction is required for breast deformities caused by a congenital condition or an acquired deformity such as burn or cancer treatment. Dr. Madjidi performs breast reconstruction surgery, dedicating her time and skills to restore the breasts of women who are suffering from breast deformity.

Nasal Reconstruction

woman with beautiful profileNose defects can be caused by removal of skin cancer or trauma. If it causes a deformity or a functional problem, nasal reconstruction can restore color, texture, contour, and function of the nose. Most of the defects occur after removal of a skin cancer by Mohs surgery, done by dermatologists. Dr. Madjidi works in close collaboration with dermatologists who perform Mohs surgery.

Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Azita Madjidi has particular interest in nasal reconstruction and has had extensive training in nasal plastic surgery. During consultation Dr. Madjidi will thoroughly evaluate your nose, skin type, the size and depth of the defect, and its location, as well as consider your general health and concerns.


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