Dr. Andre Panossian is passionate about plastic surgery and the psychological and physical changes that it can bring to a person. He is, by his own admission, obsessive about all things, especially when it comes to achieving the most perfect result he can deliver. Dr. Panossian is also highly specialized in the reconstruction of complex physical ailments such as neurofibromatosis, facial paralysis and vascular birthmarks. He is also a pediatric plastic surgeon, a specialization that only a few plastic surgeons in the nation can claim.

Meet Dr. Panossian

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Dr. Andre Panossian is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and a specialist in rhinoplasty, facial plastic surgery, neurofibromatosis, facial paralysis reconstruction, vascular birthmarks and pediatric plastic surgery.

Media Appearances

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Keep up-to-date with the most recent news and developments here at the practice of top Los Angeles plastic surgeon, Dr. Andre Panossian. Watch appearances on CBS News, ABC News, KCET, The Doctors and more. Visit his YouTube channel for additional educational videos.

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Dr. Panossian's office is located in the busy metropolis of Los Angeles

Dr. Panossian’s office is located in the busy metropolis of Los Angeles. The facilities are state-of-the-art to provide uncompromising safety and comfort. No expense has been spared in this beautiful modern space. You will be greeted with unparalleled service.


Charity work was the initial reason that Dr. Andre Panossian became a plastic surgeon. Traveling on surgical missions regularly, he provides life-changing plastic surgery for people suffering from birth deformities, trauma or other disfiguring conditions.

He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Mending Kids, a Los Angeles-based, non-profit organization dedicated to delivering life-saving and life-changing surgery for children all over the world.

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