Plastic Surgery | Male | 38 years old
William Beaumont Hospital - Plastic & Reconstructi
201 W Big Beaver Rd Ste 1130
Troy, MI 48084
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Mazen S. Harake, M.D., M.S., practices plastic surgery in the suburbs of Detroit in the Birmingham area of Michigan. Dr. Harake has completed two fellowship programs. The second fellowship heavily focused on facial aesthetic surgery and body contouring after massive weight loss. He served as a clinical assistant professor of reconstructive plastic surgery at Ohio State University prior to joining William Beaumont Hospital and Dr. Michael Schenden's private plastic surgery practice (Chief of Plastic Surgery, William Beaumont Hospital, Troy, Mi).
Dr. Harake appreciates the unique character and quality of every individual. After thoroughly understanding the patients concerns and objects using available technology to enhance communication, he tailors his recommendations to meet personal objectives. Backed by years of training with innovative plastic surgeons considered leaders in the field, he has an intense foundation in general surgery, plastic surgery, and aesthetic surgery. Dr. Mazen S. Harake has made a commitment to combining the latest surgical technique with new technology tailored to achieve the best surgical outcome for his patients.
Dr. Harake has presented at numerous national plastic surgery research meetings including The American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASPS), American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Plastic Surgery Research Council (PSRC), Michigan Academy of Plastic Surgery (MAPS), and Illinois Society of Plastic Surgery (ISPS). He has received the Academic Achievement Award multiple years in General Surgery, Patient's Choice Award 2008-2014, and Best Research Presentation Award in Chicago 2014 (ISPS). He also performed a Research fellowship where he obtained a grant from the Plastic Surgery Education Foundation (PSEF) for Tissue Engineering a new biological implant for abdominal wall reconstruction with the Chief of Plastic Surgery, William M. Kuzon, M.D., Ph.D., at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2008.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
1996-1999 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Bachelor of Science – Cellular Molecular Biology
2000-2001 Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
Masters of Science – Basic Medical Sciences
2001-2005 Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, Michigan
Doctor of Medicine
2005-2011 Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan
Department of General Surgery
General Surgery Residency Training
2007-2008 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Division of Plastic Surgery
William M. Kuzon, MD, PhD Plastic Surgery Research Fellowship
2011-2014 University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Plastic Surgery Residency
2014-2015 Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Department of Plastic Surgery
06/2015 Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Fellowship
2014-2015 Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Clinical Assistant Professor – Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
2015-Present William Beaumont Hospital – Royal Oak & Troy
Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Attending Staff Plastic Surgeon
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Dr. Mazen S. Harake has made a commitment to combining the latest surgical technique with new technology tailored to achieve the best surgical outcome for his patients.
AESTHETIC PLASTIC SURGERY
RECONSTRUCTIVE PLASTIC SURGERY
Skin and Soft Tissue
Head and Neck
Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
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