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UPMC Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Center

If you are looking to improve your appearance, the UPMC Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Center can help you get comfortable in your skin.

The UPMC Aesthetic Plastic Surgery staff understands the questions and concerns you might have about the body enhancements you want to make, and our goal is to make your aesthetic surgery a high quality, positive experience.

World Renowned Plastic Surgeons

Our surgeons are highly skilled and nationally recognized for their expertise in:

Many of our experts have lectured across the globe on some of the most advanced plastic surgery treatment options available.

What to Expect During your First Visit 

At your first visit, your surgeon will talk to you about your personal goals as well as any concerns you might have with cosmetic surgery.

He or she will present you with aesthetic options and make recommendations based upon what procedures best fit your goals and lifestyle. We also can talk to you about financial issues. 

Contact Us

UPMC Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Isaly's Building, Suite 158
3380 Blvd. of the Allies Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Free parking adjacent to our building.

To schedule a consultation with a surgeon or our aesthetician call 1-877-NEW-YOU8
(1-877-639-9688).

 



 



 

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