Dr. Sood and his staff are committed to providing all cosmetic and general plastic surgery patients with the highest level of care and satisfaction. He believes that patients must understand both the benefits and the risks of a procedure in order to make an informed decision. His approach combines innovation with patient safety at a competitive price. He also believes that plastic surgery is an art and that patient care must be individualized; therefore, plastic surgeons may choose to approach different problems in different ways. Dr. Sood remains highly involved in patient care by being available for questions, follow-ups, and emergencies. Honesty is the cornerstone of his practice philosophy. He strives to provide a variety of options to ensure realistic patient expectations.
A cleft lip is a separation of the upper lip that can extend into the nose. To repair a cleft lip, the surgeon will first make an incision on each side of the cleft from the lip to the nostril. The cleft lip is then drawn together and stitched to create a normal "cupid's bow" shape to the upper lip. The scar left after surgery will gradually fade with time. When the roof of the mouth doesn't grow together properly, the condition is called a cleft palate. To repair it, the surgeon will make an incision along both sides of the cleft. Tissue is drawn together from both sides of the cleft to rebuild the roof of the mouth.Learn More
Dr. Sood's primary goal is to provide excellent clinical results along with a high level of patient care and service. Patient satisfaction is our highest concern. We are dedicated to providing every patient with a pleasant experience, beginning with the first visit and continuing on through surgical procedures and treatments and postoperative care. We encourage patients to evaluate the benefits as well as the risks of each procedure within the confines of realistic expectations.