The Division of Plastic Surgery at Cedars-Sinai is comprised of more than 60 voluntary faculty members who have received national and international recognition for their scientific and clinical contributions.
The division continually strives for clinical excellence performed with state-of-the-art technology in aesthetic and restorative surgery.
The Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery covers a full spectrum of care in aesthetic and restorative surgery including:
- Breast Reconstruction
- Craniofacial/Maxillofacial Surgery
- Hand Surgery and Abnormalities
- Cosmetic Surgery
- Body Contouring
Along with clinical work, faculty members in the Division of Plastic Surgery conduct research, participate in continuing medical education and perform community service.
A focus of scientific studies within the division is research into the mechanisms of wound healing.
Members participate throughout the year in multidisciplinary conferences and clinics in the areas of craniofacial, breast, trauma, post-bariatric and orthopaedic surgery.
Each year, division leaders host Plastic Surgery Day. This recognized regional conference has welcomed such luminaries such as Joe Murray, Noble Laureate in Medicine. Additionally, meetings held quarterly encompass education in cutting edge concepts and procedures.
Finally, division members participate in international relief organizations providing plastic and reconstructive surgical services.