Reconstructive Facial Plastic Surgery is not performed for cosmetic reasons, but to correct or repair tissue and/or structures of the Head, Face, and Neck due to disease, trauma, or congenital conditions. Dr. Brill has gone through rigorous training, testing, peer reviews and years of demonstrating exceptional facial reconstructive outcomes to achieve this certification. Combined with his training as an Ear, Nose, and Throat Surgeon with specialization in Surgery of the Head & Neck, he has some of the most in-depth training regarding the internal and external structures from the neck up.
Dr. Brill has continued to demonstrate and maintain this high level of skill for more than 2 decades and continues to provide this exceptional level of care to his patients to improve function as well as quality of life. Dr. Brill is recommended by other providers from all over the state including general practitioners, general surgeons, oncologists, dermatologists, trauma centers, etc. He gained extensive experience in working as Facial Plastic Surgeon on call for the Trauma unit at Richland Hospital for decades. Undergoing reconstructive surgery with a Board Certified Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon may provide more confidence that your procedure will not only have the desired functional outcome, but that surgical skill from a Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon will result in an aesthetic result that may not have otherwise been achieved.
Skin Cancer of the Head, Neck & Face
Wound repair (open or healed)
Atrophic (Concave) Scars
Eyelid Reduction to improve visual field
Nasal Septal Repair
Torn Earlobe Repair