We understand that people are looking for a plastic surgeon who will listen to them and provide a safe, comfortable environment. Dr. Lalla's goal is to give you comprehensive information so that you can make an informed decision. Our strength is the personalized attention and warmth you will receive at our office. During your complementary cosmetic consultation, any and all questions will be answered and you will receive the best possible care. Dr. Lalla believes in natural beauty and perfection and works hard to achieve these results in a safe and effective manner.
To schedule an appointment or complimentary consultation please call 973-324-9455. If you need to cancel an appointment we ask that you kindly provide us with at least 24 hours notice.
We do bill insurance companies for medical or reconstructive consultations.
We do accept insurances out-of-network for medical procedures. Please check with your insurance company to see your out-of-network rates, deductible and if the procedure is covered prior to coming to office.
For your convenience, we accept the following credit cards pictured to the right as well as debit cards and bank checks/money orders. Financing options include Care Credit.
In much of the developed world, plastic surgery is considered a luxury, an "optional" procedure. However, in the developing world where resources are scarce and access to affordable, quality healthcare even scarcer, plastic surgery can often change the course of a life. That is why Dr. Sanjay Lalla annually volunteers a week or two on overseas missions with organizations like Healing the Children and the India Mission. On these trips, Dr. Lalla often works twelve hour days in sub-optimal conditions performing surgeries for cleft lips/palates, burns, and wound care. Over the past several years, he has helped improve lives of children in India, the Philippines, Thailand, South America, and Africa.
In February 2010, Dr. Lalla was asked to volunteer his time and services in service to victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Many people in Haiti had been trapped under or injured by rubble and were left with open wounds that were at high risk for infection. In Haiti, an infection can be life threatening. While in Haiti, Dr. Lalla operated on 27 people- mostly children with life threatening wounds. Due to limited housing and food, Dr. Lalla slept on the hospital floor at night and ate mostly power bars.
Please visit our blog that was created while working in Haiti to find out more information www.drlallahaitirelief.blogspot.com
View Dr. Lalla's article in the New Jersey Star Ledger.
Please view the article in the Westfield Leader regarding Dr. Lalla's volunteer mission in Vietnam 2012.
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