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Division of
Plastic Surgery
Facial Reconstruction
Scott Bartlett
S. Bartlett
Joshua Fosnot
J. Fosnot
Steve Kovach
S. Kovach
David Low
D. Low
Joseph Serletti
Dr. Serletti
Jesse Taylor
J. Taylor

We provide comprehensive surgical treatment for disorders of the facial nerves and muscles as a consequence of tumors, trauma or unknown conditions (e.g., Bell’s Palsy). Conditions addressed include facial paralysis, facial spasms and uncordinated facial motion disorders (e.g., synkinesis, dyskinesis).

Routine Surgical Treatments
  • Local facial flaps and skin grafts
  • Scar revision
  • Laser resurfacing
Advanced Surgical Treatments
  • Correction of facial bone deformities including disorders of bite, malposition of eye sockets, contour deformities, missing bones
  • eanimation of the paralyzed face, facial motion disorders
  • ajor microscopic tissue transfers of bone and soft tissue, nasal, eyelid, cheek and ear reconstruction
Inpatient Facilities:
Hospital University of Pennsylvania (HUP)
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
Penn Medicine at Radnor (Radnor)
Office Visit Locations:
Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
Center for Human Appearance, Suite 1-150E (HUP)
34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard (CHOP)
250 King of Prussia Road (Radnor)
Making an Office Visit Appointment:
1-800-789-PENN (HUP) or 215-590-2208 (CHOP)


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