At Mercy Hospital, our plastic surgery group believes your body, mind and spirit are connected. A body that looks and functions as it should can energize the mind and spirit and even improve your sense of self confidence.
Plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery have the power to repair, to restore and to renew your body’s form and function. If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, have experienced a traumatic injury, or struggle with a congenital abnormality, Plastic Surgery can offer you hope and healing.
Meet our surgeon
Experienced, fellowship-trained surgeons with Mercy Hospital’s plastic surgery clinic include Michael P. McCormack, DO. He uses today’s most advanced plastic surgery techniques and specialize in reconstructive surgeries, including:
- Breast reconstruction.
- Breast reduction.
- Wound care.
- Treatment of skin cancer and other skin lesions.
Dr. McCormack also perform a wide range of cosmetic surgery procedures.
He is board certified and is part of Mercy Surgical Specialists with an office at Mercy Hospital’s main campus in Canton.
Michael McCormack, DO, a board-certified plastic surgeon, also performs advanced dermatology and cosmetic surgery, as well as many non-surgical procedures at Mercy Hospital.
Surgical and non-surgical facial rejuvenation:
- Face lift.
- Brow lift.
- Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery/cosmetic eye surgery).
- Neck lift and other cosmetic neck surgeries.
Body contouring and sculpting:
- Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck).
- Arm lift.
- Thigh lift.
- Lower body lift.
Cosmetic breast surgery:
- Mastopexy (breast lift).
- Breast augmentation surgery.
- Breast reduction surgery.
Cosmetic skin care
- Laser treatment.
- Botox treatment and other fillers.
Mercy also offers reconstructive and plastic surgery.