Plastic Surgery at Penn
The Plastic Surgery Division provides a complete
range of reconstructive and cosmetic surgery and
medical services dedicated to the treatment of
Specialty areas include craniofacial reconstruction,
congenital anomalies, reconstruction following
tumor and trauma, microsurgical techniques, breast
reconstruction, cleft lip and palate surgery,
and cosmetic facial and body surgery.
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The Edwin and Fannie Gray
Hall Center for Human
for Human Appearance combines specialists
in plastic surgery, dermatology, ophthalmology,
oral and maxillofacial surgery, and psychiatry.
This comprehensive program, one of the few in
existence in the United States, provides an interdisciplinary
approach to the problems of appearance, varying
from complex to common, when a multispecialty
approach is needed.
Center consultants have expertise in primary and
secondary facial reconstruction, breast reconstruction,
treatment of aging skin, and bone contouring,
as well as more routine surgery for the nose,
chin, jaw, and face.
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