Dr. Claude-Jean Langevin is a fellowship trained and double board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He specializes in aesthetic plastic surgery, complex reconstruction, and craniofacial & pediatric surgery. He relocated his busy academic practice from Los Angeles/Beverly Hills to Austin, Texas so that his family can enjoy the outdoors and a more traditional and balanced lifestyle. While in Los Angeles, Dr. Langevin served as a faculty at the prestigious Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with an academic appointment at the University of Southern California (USC). He trained plastic surgery residents, microvascular fellows, general surgery and orthopedic residents. He was also the director of the plastic surgery rotation at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Medical School. He received numerous recognitions for his excellence in surgical skills, superior outcomes, and compassionate patient care including the Southern California Super Doctors Rising Star and the Cedars-Sinai Circle of Friends. Prior to his association with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Dr. Langevin served on the faculty at the MD Anderson Cancer Center/Orlando Health specializing in cancer reconstruction with expertise in complex microvascular surgery focusing on head and neck reconstruction, breast reconstruction, upper and lower limb reconstruction. He held an academic appointment at the University of Central Florida and was involved in training general surgery residents and medical students. Dr. Langevin’s commitment to excellence is reflected in his educational accolades. He earned his Diplôme D’Étude Collégiales degree (DEC in Science) from the College Jean-de-Brebeuf, Montreal, PQ, Canada and then attended McGill University. He received his doctorate in dental medicine from the University of Montreal. While undergoing his oral & maxillofacial surgery training at the New York Presbyterian Hospital – Cornell Campus, he received his medical degree at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and earned the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society award, serving as the president of the Cornell chapter. After fulfilling his general surgery training at the New York Presbyterian Hospital – Cornell University, he completed a formal comprehensive plastic and reconstructive surgical fellowship at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic Foundation, in Cleveland, Ohio. Finally, he pursued a fellowship in craniofacial and pediatric plastic surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas under the directorship of Dr. Craig Hobar. Dr. Langevin has published numerous articles in several peer-reviewed journals, presented at national professional meetings and has co-authored multiples plastic surgery book chapters. He is currently on the editorial board of the Annals of Plastic Surgery and the Aesthetic Surgery Journal. Dr. Langevin has been an overseas medical volunteer with different non-profit medical organizations including the LEAP Foundation founded by Dr. Craig Hobar. He participated in medical missions to underserved countries including Ecuador, Chile, Haiti, and Belize. Having undergone rigorous academic and surgical training, Dr. Langevin knows what it means to be dedicated, disciplined and passionate. His emphatic nature shines through whether his patients are undergoing a complex reconstructive procedure or an elective cosmetic procedure to enhance their appearance or age gracefully. He takes pride in educating his patients and their families on surgical options and focusing on treating each of them as if they were his own family members. Dr. Langevin is happy to return to Texas and making Austin his new home with his wife and three children. He enjoys hockey, rowing, cycling, and hiking. He is also fluent in French.