Plastic Surgery

None of us is perfect. But with gentle artistry, scientific precision and skillful techniques, Reflections at St. Luke’s can help to fulfill your vision by working with you to enhance your natural features.

Our Medical Director, Nicolas Villanustre, MD, is board certified and fellowship trained, and has extensive experience in the full range of surgical procedures, including cosmetic and reconstructive surgery.

His concern for safety and his compassion for his patients are well-known and patients are drawn to his easygoing manner and the genuine rapport that develops between them.

Dr. Villanustre’s conservative approach helps to achieve his patients’ goals: natural-looking results that enhance the harmony and integrity of their unique features. He blends both art and science in beauty restoration for any part of the body, specializing in breast enhancement, body contouring and liposuction.

With care and compassion, Dr. Villanustre continues the tradition of clinical excellence that has made St. Luke’s a trusted name worldwide.

PLASTIC SURGERY: Breast Procedures

Not happy with the shape, size or condition of your breasts? Reflections at St. Luke’s is here to help.

Nicolas Villanustre, MD, is an accomplished, board certified plastic surgeon who specializes in breast surgeries including breast augmentation, breast lifts and breast reconstruction. His expertise also extends to breast reconstruction for women who have undergone a mastectomy.

If you’re considering breast surgery, Reflections offers some of the most advanced surgical techniques performed in a place of warmth and serenity. By design, the luxurious, tranquil setting at Reflections will help you feel relaxed and cared for — before, during and after your procedure.

Specialties include: Breast Augmentation, Breast LiftBreast Implant Revision, and Breast Reconstruction.

PLASTIC SURGERY: Body Procedures

Plastic surgery for your body is a special focus at Reflections at St. Luke’s. Our patients regularly tell us how much more attractive they feel after a body procedure. We’ve also seen, first hand, how it lifts spirits and improves self-esteem.

Under the medical direction of plastic surgeon Nicolas Villanustre, MD, we offer advanced surgical techniques and assistive technologies that can revitalize your arms, abdomen, hips, tummy, thighs and legs, including combination procedures such as a “Mommy Makeover” to restore your natural curves after pregnancy.

These innovations in plastic surgery and skin rejuvenation take place in a luxurious, spa-like setting. Every detail at Reflections is purposefully intended to exude warmth, tranquility and to encourage privacy with personal attention. The result? You feel relaxed and cared for at all times thanks to our compassionate, experienced medical team.

If you’re ready to revitalize your outward appearance, call us for a consultation. Our specialties include: Arm Lift, Body Contouring After Weight Loss, Breast Lift, Liposuction, Mommy Makeover, Thigh Lift and Tummy Tuck.

PLASTIC SURGERY: Face Procedures

At Reflections at St. Luke’s, our facial rejuvenation surgery softens the signs of aging so when you step in front of a mirror, you’ll love what you see all over again.

After your private consultation, medical director and board certified plastic surgeon Nicolas Villanustre, MD, will work with you to develop a customized treatment plan that complements your bone structure, skin condition, health and accomplishes your goals. After surgery, you’ll feel renewed and rejuvenated, ready to step out into the world with your spirits renewed and your best face forward.

Beauty comes from within, and it also can be enhanced on the outside with the following procedures: Brow Lift, Chin Surgery, Eyelid Surgery, Facial Fat Grafting, Facelift, Facial Implants and Lip Enhancements.

“My primary focus is helping patients safely achieve both. It’s why the consultation process is so vital. It’s important for me to get to know my patients — allowing the time necessary for them to talk openly and honestly about themselves and what the surgery will mean for them.”