The Stitch Doctor

Emergency Stitches at Rowe Plastic Surgery

Dr. Norman Rowe, MD is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week when your child falls.

If your child falls resulting in a laceration needing emergency stitches for repair, Dr. Norman Rowe, MD is available 24/7 for emergency care. Call 212-628-7300 or 917-309-7233 at any time of the day or night when the accident occurs.

Trust a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in minimizing scars for your child’s emergency stitches. Give us a call 24/7 when your child’s accident occurs and we will either travel to your location, meet you at your choice of emergency room, or you can take advantage of our convenient Manhattan office location for emergency stitches for your child.

Dr. Norman Rowe, MD has extensive experience in plastic and cosmetic surgery in NYC and is well known for his ability to reduce and avoid scarring associated with surgical procedures. Dr. Rowe will repair your child’s laceration using emergency stitching techniques designed to reduce the appearance of scars.

Patients often approach Dr. Rowe for help with revision of previous procedures and scar reduction procedures. Dr. Rowe can help heal your child’s injury while reducing the risk of scarring from emergency stitches in the first place, lessening the need for additional procedures in the future to reduce the appearance of scars from emergency stitches.

We know that there is nothing more important than your child’s health and safety. As an experienced plastic surgeon and the father of two children, Dr. Norman Rowe is an excellent choice for pediatric emergency stitches for any emergency cut or emergency laceration.

At Rowe Plastic Surgery, we are here for you when your child falls. Call us 24/7 at 212-628-7300 or 917-309-7233 for emergency stitches from a plastic surgeon that is trained in techniques to reduce scarring as much as possible.

When your child falls and gets a cut, follow these tips
from Dr. Norman Rowe:

  • Above all, remain calm. Your child will be upset enough for both of you. The parent or caregiver has to be the voice of reason and calm in any emergency.
  • Don’t be alarmed by bleeding. All cuts bleed, especially about the face and hands. These are very vascular areas of the body. Apply pressure with a clean gauze pad or paper towel napkin to the injured area. Pressure for 15 minutes usually stops most bleeding.
  • If the cut is deeper than 4 millimeters or the thickness of two nickels stacked on top of each other, or on a cosmetically sensitive area of the body (face) it may require emergency stitches by a doctor.
  • If you think your child may require a doctor or are unsure, calmly visit your nearest hospital’s emergency department or call us for emergency stitches at 212-628-7300 or 917-309-7233.
  • If the injury involves a loss of a body part, finger, skin, ear, etc., gather the part and place it in a plastic bag and then place the plastic bag on ice. Do not place the body part directly in contact with the ice as this damages the tissue.
  • If you would like a plastic surgeon to treat your child, do not hesitate to ask for one at the emergency room or call Dr. Norman Rowe to meet you there for treatment by a plastic surgeon who specializes in scar-reduction.