Facial Plastic Surgery at UPMC

Facial plastic surgery and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures for the face have seen a rise in popularity in the last decade. More than ever before, men and women are turning to facial plastic surgeons to help them look more attractive and youthful.

According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), doctors performed over 11 million surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures in the United States in 2013.

And, since 1997, when ASAPS began collecting data:

  • Surgical cosmetic procedures — such as liposuction and eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) — have increased by 89%.
  • Nonsurgical cosmetic procedures — such as Botox® injections and dermal fillers — have increased by 521%.

Why Choose UPMC for Facial Plastic Surgery?

Grant S. Gillman, MD, FRCS — one of the most skilled and highly trained facial plastic surgeons in western Pennsylvania — specializes exclusively in surgical and nonsurgical facial procedures.

As Director of the UPMC Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, he is also expert in rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty surgeries.

Read Dr. Gillman's bio to learn more. »

Why choose a board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon?

Board certification is a benchmark of excellence in one's medical specialty.

Doctors certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology must uphold the highest, most rigorous standards for:

  • Medical training
  • Clinical experience
  • Expertise in the field

Choosing a board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon is a vital factor to look at when researching your options.

Get more answers about facial plastic surgery at UPMC. »

Schedule a Free Consult

Since facial plastic surgery is a highly personal decision, Dr. Gillman recommends that you schedule a complimentary consultation to determine whether he's the right surgeon for your needs.

Call Dr. Gillman's Shadyside office at 412-697-FACE (3223) to make an appointment.

Contact Us

To schedule a free consultation with Dr. Gillman, contact him for an appointment at his Shadyside office location.

University Ear, Nose, and
Throat Specialists (Shadyside)

5200 Centre Avenue, Suite 211
Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Phone: 412-697-FACE (3223)

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