Plastic Surgery has long played an important role at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Dr. Vilray Blair, the first chief of the Division, was one of the founders of the specialty in the United States. His illustrious successors developed an international center for plastic surgical training. The primary goals of the Division, which has 12 full-time faculty members, are patient care, teaching and research. Since 1972, 65 residents have trained in plastic surgery. Thirty-one trainees have gone on to complete fellowships in hand/microvascular or craniofacial surgery.
Susan E. Mackinnon, MD, chief, division of plastic and reconstructive surgery
- Peripheral nerve surgery, hand surgery, brachial plexus surgery, nerve compression, nerve transplant
Keith E. Brandt, MD
Ida K. Fox, MD
- Breast reconstructive surgery (specialty in breast reconstruction immediately at the time of mastectomy), microsurgery, soft tissue reconstruction, hand surgery and cosmetic surgery, including body contouring (liposuction), breast augmentation, breast lift, tummy tuck
- General/microsurgical reconstruction, aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery, nerve injury/reconstruction, peripheral nerve and hand surgery.
Terence Myckatyn, MD
Marissa M. Tenenbaum, MD
- Facial and body cosmetic plastic surgery. Breast surgery including breast reconstruction with implants and patient’s own tissue
Thomas H. Tung, MD
- Microscopic reconstructive surgery, including cancer reconstruction, breast reconstruction, peripheral nerve and hand surgery, and cosmetic surgery, including body contouring (liposuction), breast augmentation, breast lift, tummy tuck
Albert S. Woo, MD
- Craniofacial reconstructive surgery and cosmetic surgery