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1101 S. Broad Street,
Lansdale, PA 19446

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Welcome to The Lansdale Plastic Surgery. Our philosophy of care governs everything we do for you. It consists of the following key elements: We are truly caring about our patients and want you to feel very comfortable with our entire staff. We recognize that each patient is an individual and our goal is to provide you with exceptional personalized care. We strive to stay on time and keep your waiting period as short as possible. We understand that your time is as important as ours. We strive to be thorough in everything we do and provide our patients with compassionate patient-focused care.

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FLOYD HERMAN, MD

Dr. Floyd Herman, MD is an accomplished plastic surgeon trained and experienced in today’s advanced cosmetic and medical surgical procedures.

1101 S. Broad Street
Lansdale, PA 19446

Email: info@lansdaleplasticsurgery.com

Phone 215-855-1122

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Absolutely! Scars can be enhanced and camouflaged with the rest of the body. Scars take one year to settle. Revision can certainly be made to make aesthetically pleasing and blend in with the rest of the body.

Yes, payment plans are available. We have access to the private AAAASF certified Landmark Surgery Center at the office that will greatly reduce the out of pocket cost.

Yes, cash payments are accepted. Payment plans are also available. We have access to the private AAAASF certified Landmark Surgery Center at the office that will greatly reduce the out of pocket cost.

Yes. History and physical exam are critical and imaging is key.  Depending on the specific complaints and concerns, this can be effectively managed to help with the quality of life.

Yes. A full work-up needs to be undertaken that includes medication review and hormonal assessment.  History and physical exam are key. Lab work up is vital.  Depending on the exam you may need liposuction and/or gland removal.

If you have a fracture you need an assessment right away.  Bone heals in 4 to 6 weeks.  A physical exam is key along with X-rays for urgent intervention that may not necessarily require surgery. If a tendon is lacerated you need surgery ASAP.