Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Johns Hopkins | Q&A

Lisa Ishii, M.D., a Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, answers frequently asked questions about facial cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. She provides information on when and why you should consult a facial plastic surgeon and what you can expect at your first appointment. Learn more at hopkinsmedicine.org/facialplastics.


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  1. I am seriously thinking about becoming a plastic surgeon, how would I go about doing that? I only know the basics of obtaining a bachelor's degree, and being excepted into Med-school, but I am in the dark about getting training in this specific field. Would that come into play during residency? Would I have to apply for a different, specific program?

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