New York, NY (PRWEB) December 15, 2011
The Long Island Plastic Surgical Group is announcing the release of the new Facial Reanimation website emphasizing treatment for facial paralysis, with specific focus on muscle transfer designed to restore symmetry to a patient’s smile. Facial paralysis can be caused by a congenital condition, or by afflictions such as acoustic neuroma, Bell’s Palsy, traumatic injury, or stroke.
With multiple locations for plastic surgery on Long Island, the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group hopes its new website will enhance the quality of patient education and provide access to more specific information about facial paralysis treatment options. The website has a patient gallery with before-and-after photographs, multiple pages of in-depth information on procedures, and a virtual evaluation page that allows patients from around the world to submit photographs for electronic review by Dr. Roger Simpson Drop-down menus link to pages on facial paralysis and doctor biographies, making navigation quick, informative, and personalized. As they launch the website, Long Island Plastic Surgical Group says their main goal is to provide a high level of doctor-patient communication and reliable information from their team of experienced plastic and reconstructive surgeons.
The Long Island Plastic Surgical Group worked in collaboration with Rosemont Media, a medical website design firm in San Diego, to construct the new Facial Reanimation site as a branch of its parent site lipsg.com. The group says it hopes the new website will show patients the dedicated and personal level of care offered by its doctors through interactive and educational media.
About the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group, PC
Since its founding in 1948, the LIPSG has been the largest and longest continuously-running practice of its kind in North America. The practice has16 doctors in several specialties within plastic and reconstructive surgery who have been trained and educated in some of the most respected medical institutions across the country and internationally. LIPSG doctors are affiliated with medical societies including the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the Northeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and the American Association of Plastic Surgeons.
About The Facial Reanimation Center
Long Island Plastic Surgical Group, PC has been a leader in facial reanimation for more than 60 years. Dr. Leonard Rubin was a founding member of LIPSG and pioneer in the treatment of facial paralysis. Treatment focuses on typical causes of paralysis, including benign tumors, Bell’s Palsy, head trauma, Lyme Disease, and many others. The team of medical experts at the LIPSG Facial Reanimation Center are committed to restoring function to their patients’ facial features and improving the overall quality of their lives.
Located at its Garden City facility at 999 Franklin Ave in Garden City, NY, the Facial Reanimation Center can be reached at 516-543-6590 or online via website at http://www.facialreanimationcenter.com, lipsg.com, or facebook.com/longislandplasticsurgeons.