|The Division of Plastic Surgery provides both reconstructive and cosmetic services to patients in northeast Tennessee, southwestern Virginia, and Western North Carolina. We work closely with other surgeons and specialists to care for the full spectrum of traumatic injuries, chronic wounds, hand injuries, and in the reconstruction of defects or other problems related to cancer therapy.|
Chief of the Plastic Surgery Division and Associate Professor
Daniel Haynes, MD FACS
Dr. Haynes has a particular interest in breast reconstruction after mastectomy and practices in conjunction with surgical and medical oncologists from the Cancer Center at Johnson City Medical Center. Dr. Haynes is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Dr. Haynes' nurse, Victoria Osborne, RN, is a member of the Plastic Surgery Nurse Specialists and American Society of Plastic Surgery Nurses.
They work closely with other surgeons and specialists to care for the full spectrum of traumatic injuries, chronic wounds, hand injuries, and in the reconstruction of defects or other problems related to cancer therapy.
Aesthetic (also called cosmetic) surgery and procedures are also available, including cosmetic breast surgery augmentation, lift, reduction), facial procedures (peels, facelift, necklift, browlift), and trunk procedures (abdominoplasty, liposuction). Minor reconstructive problems, such as the removal of small skin cancers, can often be accomplished in the office or clinic. Larger procedures, requiring either an outpatient surgical facility or inpatient stay, are available through the following centers: