Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery

The mission of UVA’s Plastic and Maxillofacial Surgery is to provide exceptional service through patient care, medical education, and scientific research that offers leadership in the practice of plastic surgery locally, nationally, and internationally.

To achieve this goal, we strive to provide collaborative, state-of-the-art clinical services to patients and conduct both teaching and research in the laboratory and patient care settings. We participate in and organize scientific conferences that further the excellence in the practice of plastic surgery and the treatment of the patient. 

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Residency Program & Education

The University of Virginia Department of Plastic Surgery offers both an integrated and an independent residency program. Both programs are accredited and designed to provide a broad education in plastic surgery.

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Aesthetics Center

Committed to the comfort and convenience of their patients, our staff performs facial and body cosmetic procedures at these accredited health care facilities: University of Virginia Medical Center, Martha Jefferson Hospital, and Augusta Medical Center.

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Plastic Surgery Research During Residency (video transcript)

Mentorship in research is incredibly important. The UVA Plastic Surgery Residency Program has a strong research focus via our clinical rotation structure as well as the research that's already underway in the department.

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The Department of Plastic Surgery consists of seven active practitioners. Our staff evaluates and manages patients at the University of Virginia Hospital, Martha Jefferson Hospital, Augusta Medical Center in Fishersville, VA, and at UVa/HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Charlottesville.

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