As part of a world-renowned academic medical center, the Massachusetts General Hospital Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery offers leading-edge procedures to help patients look and feel their best. Our team is highly skilled in providing comprehensive cosmetic services and reconstructive procedures
with safe, successful outcomes. We now see patients at the Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care in Danvers, MA.
Led by Jason Cooper, MD
, the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Service at the Danvers facility is a multidisciplinary program providing the highest caliber care in a convenient location. Patients receive comprehensive outpatient care that does not require an overnight stay in a hospital. Services are performed in a state-of-the-art surgery center where patients enjoy a quiet setting with private spaces, allowing for discretion and peace of mind during pre- and post-operative care.
In addition to the Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care in Danvers, Dr. Cooper also practices at Mass General’s main campus in Boston. With both suburban and downtown locations, Dr. Cooper is able to provide patients throughout the Boston area with exceptional care that is easily accessible. Dr. Cooper’s practices are staffed by highly skilled medical professionals who work together to share ideas and views on both cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. This collaboration allows them to offer the high quality, personalized care that is a hallmark of Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Cooper is a board-certified plastic surgeon, specializing in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery of the face, breast and body. He is specifically focused on developing less invasive techniques to create a more natural post-procedure appearance with minimal recovery time, allowing for a quicker return to normal, active lifestyle. Dr. Cooper has presented nationally and internationally on many plastic and reconstructive surgery topics, including body contouring, anesthesia techniques in facelift surgery, monitoring of lower extremity free flaps, and ear deformities of cleft lip and palate patients. Dr. Cooper and his colleagues are committed to improving patient safety and developing sophisticated new surgical techniques and products. Learn more about research being conducted in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr. Cooper works closely with a registered nurse, medical assistant and patient coordinator, allowing patients to get to know the care team from the beginning of the treatment process. The team works closely with patients to discuss medical history, lifestyle, goals and expectations. The result is customized, personalized care for aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Cooper strives to tailor each operation to the patient's specific needs and is committed to establishing a strong doctor-patient relationship.Cosmetic facial rejuvenation surgeryReconstructive and cosmetic breast surgery
Mass General surgeons are pioneers in nipple-sparing surgeries, and have developed a new technique for saving the nipple in patients who need mastectomies either for prevention or for cancer treatment. Body contouring after weight lossLiposuction and fat transferNon-surgical aesthetic procedures. Botox and fillers Laser skin resurfacingFraxel laser Gynecomastia reductionAbdominoplasty (tummy tuck)Facial reconstruction
During your consultation, Dr. Cooper and his team will review your medical history and treatment goals. Treatment options, including risks and benefits, will be discussed in detail.
Photos may also be necessary. We ask that you bring a list of medications, vitamins and herbal supplements that you are currently taking, including dosage information.
If you are interested in an aesthetic facial rejuvenation, Dr. Cooper encourages will meet with you to understand your goals and expectations. He will individualize your treatment plan, which may include skin care, laser surgery or cosmetic facial surgery.
We may show you before-and-after photos to illustrate the benefits of treatments. Our goal is to give you a realistic understanding of what to expect so you can make an informed decision.
We can administer most noninvasive therapies at your initial appointment. However, if a surgical procedure is part of your treatment plan, it will be scheduled for a later date.
Download more information about what to expect before and after your surgery