Surgeons at Penn Facial Plastic and Plastic Reconstructive Surgery are board-certified surgeons who are trained in all areas of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Penn facial plastic surgeons focus exclusively on the face and neck, and are board certified in both facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and head and neck surgery. These certifications require at least six years of surgical training specifically in plastic surgery of the face, head and neck.
Also referred to as ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeons, they provide services for patients with facial deformities resulting from trauma, extirpation of neoplasms and congenital malformations, as well as facial cosmetic surgery for improving appearance.
Because physicians in Penn's Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery are double board certified, they are uniquely qualified to provide the best medical, surgical and minimally invasive approaches to facial aesthetics and reconstruction.
Facial Plastic Surgery
Penn Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery offers the most advanced surgical and non-surgical options for improving appearance. Penn surgeons perform minimally invasive facial plastic procedures, facial rejuvenation techniques and non-surgical cosmetic procedures. They are also available for consultation and can recommend the best methods for enhancing appearance.
Penn surgeons are experts in facial reconstruction after head and neck cancer surgery and traumatic injuries. They also offer services for the management and reconstruction of facial paralysis.