- Eyelid Surgery (Belpharoplasty)
- Neck Lift
- Brow Lift
- Pediatric Cleft Lip and Palate
- Pediatric Reconstructive Surgery
- Microtia and Anotia
- Congenital Anomalies
- Craniofacial Microsomia
- Facial Reconstruction
- Tummy Tuck/Abdominoplasty
- Thigh Lift/Lower Body Lift
- Transgender Youth Program and Gender Reassignment Top Surgery
- Hand Injury
- Congenital Defect Repair
- Carpal Tunnel Release
- Dupuytren's Contracture Fasciotomy
- Trigger Finger Release
- Tendon Repair
- Cubital Tunnel Release
- Ganglion Cysts
“The UVM Medical Center Plastic Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery at Mountain View Drive in Colchester Vermont was the answers to my prayers.”
“The team of professionals were there for me and explained every step of my procedure from the very first appointment I had to the very last.”
“I am very pleased with my results and my quality of life is so much better than it was before the surgery.”
- Chemical Peels
- Skin Cancer and Skin Lesion Management
- Laser Hair Removal
- CO2 Lasers
- Skin Grafting
- Scar Revision Laser
Danielle DeRosa, LE, Medical Aesthetician
Danielle DeRosa is a Medical Aesthetician with expertise in helping patients improve a variety of skin conditions.
Danielle’s extensive experience includes:
- Acne (Adult and Teen)
- Sensitive Skin/Rosacea
- Anti-Aging Approaches
- Skin Lightening
- Actinic Damage
- Oily, Dry and Normal Skin
Additional specializations include:
- Telangiectasias (Spider Veins)
- Sun Protection and Education
- Chemical Peels
- Pigment Conditions/Concealing
What to expect from your appointment with our plastic surgeons
The first step in your treatment at The UVM Medical Center is a cosmetic surgery consultation and medical evaluation. During this time, we will discuss your goals and concerns and determine if you are a suitable candidate for plastic surgery.
- For the first cosmetic consult there is an initial fee of $150 paid at time of first visit.
- Intake paperwork will be completed upon arrival for appointment.
- Patient and provider will review intake paperwork, medical history and discuss patients goals and expectations for the surgery or procedure.
- The first consultation will take 30-60 minutes.
- Patients should be aware that not everyone is a good candidate for surgery.