Dr. Sauerhammer is a board-certified plastic surgeon with nearly ten years of experience performing rejuvenating and reconstructive procedures. She is one of the only female plastic surgeons in Appleton and Green Bay and the only doctor fellowship-trained in craniofacial and pediatric plastic surgery in Northeast Wisconsin. As a young mother of two who was raised in Green Bay, she understands the needs of patients in our community and is committed to their care.
Breast augmentation can improve symmetry and add fullness and youthfulness to your breasts. Dr. Sauerhammer prioritizes natural-looking and graceful outcomes, and by reversing the effects of aging and pregnancy, you’ll be able to wear the clothes you want, enjoy the way you look in a swimsuit, and feel great about your appearance again.
Look years younger by significantly reducing signs of aging in your mid-to-lower face. Some common features that plastic surgery addresses are skin laxity, jowling, a double chin, and hollow areas. Appleton and Green Bay patients choose Dr. Sauerhammer for their facelift because of her specialization in craniofacial procedures, artistic eye, and emphasis on natural-looking results.
After pregnancy or weight loss, exercise alone may not eliminate excess skin around your midsection. If you’ve been avoiding form-fitting clothing and two-piece swimsuits, a tummy tuck can give you a flat and firm figure in a single procedure. Dr. Sauerhammer places incisions below the bikini line so that signs of plastic surgery are well hidden.
Overly large breasts can lead to neck and back pain, cause chronic rashes, and get in the way of exercise and other activities. Women may also experience asymmetry between their breasts. Reduction surgery can resolve these problems, decreasing the size of the breasts to fit a patient’s frame more comfortably.
With liposuction, Dr. Sauerhammer can remove unwanted fat from around the neck, upper arms, abdomen, thighs, and back, creating a slimmer and aesthetically contoured appearance. Signs of surgery are minimal, and many patients are able to return to work after a weekend recovery. Dr. Sauerhammer can also use this fat to fill in hollows and add fullness to areas of need.
We all have hopes of maintaining healthy, youthful-looking skin for as long as possible. Sooner or later, this will likely require the experience of a skin specialist such as a dermatology physician assistant, whose role is to help you address any problems or concerns related to your skin, nails, and hair. Megan MacCarthy, PA-C and Colleen Van Egeren, PA-C of the Wisconsin Institute of Plastic Surgery offer dermatology services to patients in Appleton and Green Bay.
Acne is an incredibly common skin condition, impacting between 40 million and 50 million individuals in the United States alone. Just because the condition is common, that does not make it easy to bear. In fact, acne can often lead to feelings of awkwardness or self-consciousness.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the entire U.S. There are many varieties of skin cancer, and they range in terms of how dangerous they are. No matter which type of skin cancer you are dealing with, the best way to maximize your likelihood of complete remission is to ensure prompt detection and early intervention.
As we grow older, our bodies begin exhibiting signs of age. Many of these signs are most prominent on the face and include wrinkles, creases, and lines. Microneedling is a process that taps into the body’s innate healing capabilities, reversing these signs of age and providing a clearer, more youthful countenance.
Choose treatment with confidence. Wisconsin Institute of Plastic Surgery provides Appleton and Green Bay patients with clear and comprehensive pricing for all of its procedures. Our doctors and staff will take the time to help you understand your options and the factors that may affect the cost of your care.
As a native of Green Bay, Megan is proud to be serving the community of Northeastern Wisconsin. She comes to us with over 17 years of experience providing dermatology and skincare related services. Megan trained and practiced with the dermatology team at Rush University as well as Dr. Ashish Bhatia and Dr. Jeff Hsu at The Dermatology Institute of DuPage Medical Group in Naperville, IL.
Colleen Van Egeren is thrilled to be joining the Wisconsin Institute of Plastic Surgery Dermatology Division. She is a Green Bay native and has been practicing Dermatology in the Green Bay area since 2007. She has trained under some of the most accomplished dermatologists including Dr. Ashish Bhatia at The Dermatology Institute of DuPage Medical Group in Naperville, IL.
Amanda has been practicing Plastic Surgery since 2010. She received her undergraduate degree in biology at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and went on to receive her Masters of Medical Science degree in Physician Assistant studies at Yale University.