Samuel Sohn, M.D.

Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Samuel Sohn, MD is the co-medical director of Advanced Aesthetics Salon & Medical Spa. In addition to providing the latest non-surgical cosmetic procedures available, he also strives to create an exceptional patient experience by listening attentively and creating customized treatment plans tailored to suit the unique anatomic needs and aesthetic goals of each individual. He believes cosmetic enhancement requires an artistic eye as well as medical aptitude, and achieving natural-looking results, along with providing the safest and most effective rejuvenation options available, is of the highest priority.

Extensively trained in plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Sohn received his BS from Stanford University, graduating with honors before earning his medical degree from the prestigious Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. He completed additional training in general and plastic surgery at GRMERC/Michigan State University, considered to be one of the top community-based surgery programs in the nation, as well as the oldest and most established. He further refined his skills with a Fellowship in Aesthetic Surgery from the esteemed New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Dr. Sohn stays abreast of the latest innovations and advanced techniques in facial and body rejuvenation to help ensure his patients receive the best care possible.

· Stanford University, Stanford, California – Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with Departmental Honors

· Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia – Doctor of Medicine Degree

· Michigan State University/GRMERC, Grand Rapids, Michigan – General Surgery Residency
· Michigan State University/GRMERC, Grand Rapids, Michigan – Plastic Surgery Residency
· The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York, New York – Aesthetic Surgery Fellowship

Societies, Memberships, and Affiliations:
· American Society of Plastic Surgeons · Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery

· “Latissimus flap salvage of partially failed TRAM flap breast reconstruction” – Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – August 2007 – TRAM Paper
· “Sternal Salvage with Rigid Fixation in the Setting of a Massive Mediastinal Aortic Pseudoaneurysm”
· Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery – October 2008
· “Laser-Assisted Lipolysis with SelectPulse 1064nm Nd:YAG System” – Syneron Case Study, Pending Submission and Publication – LipoLite Paper

Additional Research:
· “Differential expression of Type I and Type II Transforming Growth Factor-? receptors in human adult and fetal fibroblasts” – The Medical College of Virginia, Aesculapian Research Fellow, Wound Healing

· “Investigating the differential expression of hyaluronan receptors in fetal and adult tissue” – The Medical College of Virginia, Aesculapian Research Fellow, Wound Healing Laboratory

Academic and Professional Affiliations:
· Staff Surgeon Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, Las Vegas, Nevada – Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
· Adjunct Assistant Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Touro University, Henderson, Nevada

For more about Dr. Sohn and his Practice, click here to visit Hankins & Sohn Plastic Surgery Associates