COVID-19 update: Our providers are seeing patients and we have resumed necessary surgeries and procedures. Video visits are available for many appointment types. For in-person visits and procedures, we have increased our
safety measures to protect you and our caregivers. Call 858-657-8530 and we will guide you to the most appropriate type of care.
San Diego's Premiere Plastic Surgery Practice
If you are not satisfied with your looks, or have a medical condition or injury that has altered your function or appearance, plastic surgery can help you look and feel better. UC San Diego Health offers the latest expertise in
You can trust our team of plastic surgeons to take the time to listen to your needs and ask questions. We will work with you to create a treatment plan that will safely give you results you want.
As a patient, you will benefit from the exceptional quality offered by San Diego's only academic medical center. That means our board-certified plastic surgeons give you the highest level of care with advanced surgical and nonsurgical treatments, specialized microsurgery techniques, and the newest technologies available.
- Restore form and function to structures of the body
- Procedures ranging from complex microsurgical procedures to innovative techniques in wound closure that reduce scarring
- Includes surgical treatment for lymphedema and breast reconstruction with DIEP and PAP flaps.
- Body contouring procedures
- Facial cosmetic procedures
- Surgical and non-surgical procedures
Meet Our Board-Certified Plastic Surgeons
New Clinic Houses Expanded Services
Our new state-of-the-art facility gives us the ability to offer expanded comprehensive services such as microsurgical breast reconstruction, lymphedema reconstruction and lower extremity reconstruction.
We also provide a wide array of cosmetic surgical and non-surgical procedures, all performed by highly trained experts in the field.
Care for Young Adults
We work with our colleagues at
Rady Children's Hospital San Diego to provide care for adolescents who are transitioning from pediatric to adult care for conditions that need ongoing surgery, treatment and monitoring. This may include congenital abnormalities and craniofacial disorders including cleft lip and palate.