Facial Plastics

Facial plastics in the department of ENT is a highly specialized field of plastic and reconstructive surgery that focuses on cosmetic and reconstructive procedures for the head and neck.  This division offers services to meet a wide variety of patient needs and/or goals.  It encompasses skin cancer or head and neck cancer patients seeking facial reconstruction, trauma patients who need stabilization of the facial skeleton, scar revision, functional and cosmetic rhinoplasty, facial reanimation procedures for correction of facial paralysis, as well as facial rejuvenation surgeries that address the aging face.  Minimally invasive procedures such as botox and fillers are also commonly used, which offers patients a non-surgical approach to facial rejuvenation. 


Monica Patadia, M.D.

Associate Professor

Amy Pittman, M.D.

Associate Professor