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Anthony J. Wilson, M.D.
Integrated Plastic Surgery Resident

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Department of Surgery
4 Maloney
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Administrative Telephone: 215-662-6156

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Dr. Wilson received his undergraduate degree from Harvard College and completed his medical training at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.  He is currently a chief resident in the Division of Plastic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania.  Dr. Wilson’s interests include total facial rejuvenation from minimally invasive (botulinum toxin and fillers) to surgical (facelift, necklift, blepharoplasty, and brow lift). In addition he performs breast augmentation and body contouring including liposuction, abdominoplasty and gluteal augmentation with fat grafting. Dr. Wilson is bilingual in English and Spanish.

2015 - present Instructor in Surgery
2010 - 2015 Assistant Instructor in Surgery
2006 - 2010 MD - University of Pennsylvania
2001 - 2005 BA - Classical History
Harvard University


Anthony’s research interests parallel the broad field of plastic surgery.  Current projects at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania include 3D dynamic quantification of botulinumtoxinA, aesthetic surgery and minimally invasive procedure outcomes and scar improvement with laser therapy. At the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia his current projects focus on pediatric breast surgery and facial reanimation.
2014 Center For Human Appearance Grant
  1. Wilson A.J, Taglienti A.J, Chang C, Low DW, Percec I. Current Applications of Facial Volumization with Fillers. PRS (accepted for publication in early fall)
  2. Sobanko, J. F., Taglienti, A. J., Wilson, A. J., et al. Motivations for Seeking Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Procedures in an Academic Outpatient Setting. Aesthetic surgery journal / the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic surgery 2015.
  3. Wilson, A. J., Chin, B. C., Hsu, V. M., Mirzabeigi, M. N., Percec, I. Digital image correlation: a novel dynamic three-dimensional imaging technique for precise quantification of the dynamic rhytid and botulinum toxin type a efficacy. Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2015;135:869e-876e.
  4. Mirzabeigi, M. N., Wilson, A. J., Fischer, J. P., et al. Predicting and managing donor-site wound complications in abdominally based free flap breast reconstruction: improved outcomes with early reoperative closure. Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2015;135:14-23.
  5. Wilson, A. J., Mirzabeigi, M. N., Serletti, J. M. putting it all together: managing pain in autologous and implant-based breast reconstruction. Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2014;134:120S-125S.
  6. Hsu, V. M., Tahiri, Y., Wilson, A. J., Grady, M. S., Taylor, J. A. A preliminary report on the use of antibiotic-impregnated methyl methacrylate in salvage cranioplasty. The Journal of craniofacial surgery 2014;25:393-396
  7. Basta, M. N., Goldstein, J. A., Wilson, A. J., Taylor, J. A. A modified V-Y chondromucosal composite flap for correction of secondary cleft nasal deformity: photogrammetric analysis of a case-control study. Plastic and reconstructive surgery 2014;134:94-101
May 2015

Gaspar Anastasi Award for best Resident or Fellow Abstract Presentation at the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS)


Dr. Anthony Wilson

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