John T. Lindsey MD, FACS

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery

4228 Houma Boulevard - Suite 500 | Metairie, LA 70006 | Phone: (504) 885-4508 | Fax: (504) 885-4508

Plastic and Cosmetic Procedures

Dr. John Lindsey offers a wide range of plastic surgery procedures. Some of the surgeries performed by Dr. Lindsey are done at Houma Outpatient Surgery Center (HOSC), a AAAHC Certified, Medicare certified, Louisiana State licensed ambulatory surgical facility dedicated to the delivery of comprehensive cosmetic surgery services in a modern environment.

Completed in 2002, HOSC is a state-of-the-art facility. All anesthesia is supervised by a board certified anesthesiologist. Dr. Lindsey also performs procedures at East Jefferson General Hospital, a community owned hospital dedicated to providing the highest quality, compassionate healthcare to the people it serves. Through providing collaboration and continual improvement, EJGH is able to make comfort and care its highest mission.

Dr. Lindsey is skilled in both cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery procedures. Cosmetic surgeries are not covered by insurance, but several reconstructive procedures may qualify for coverage. Browse through our list of plastic surgery options to learn more about each procedure.

If you are looking for a procedure that you do not see here, please give us a call at 504-885-4508 to see if we can help.

Exparel offers postoperative patients up to 72 hours of pain relief.

Dr. Lindsey is now offering Exparel to patients undergoing surgical procedures. To date, the longest lasting injectable anesthetic was bupivacaine. This medication would last up to six to eight hours, but thereafter pain control would be managed with narcotics, anti-inflammatories and muscle relaxants.


Exparel offers sustained pain relief that facilitates a much easier postoperative recovery without the undesirable side effects of oral medications that could include nausea, vomiting and constipation. Exparel is a modification of the traditional bupivacaine such that metabolism of the anesthetic medication is slower, and the effects are much longer lasting. Dr. Lindsey encourages patients undergoing procedures such as abdominoplasty and breast augmentation to inquire about this new medication.