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David G. Genecov, M.D.

David G. Genecov, M.D.

Dr. David G. Genecov, a native of Dallas, Texas, is Board Certified in Plastic Surgery as well as in General Surgery. After finishing his undergraduate degree in the Plan II Honors Program at the University of Texas, he completed his medical training at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio followed by a general surgery residency at West Virginia University and then a Plastic surgery Residency at Wake Forest University — Bowman Gray School of Medicine. Subsequently he completed a fellowship at the International Craniofacial Institute, Dallas, Texas, in Craniomaxillofacial surgery for adults and children with congenital and acquired deformities.

Dr. Genecov's interests include craniofacial surgery, especially distraction osteogenesis, ear reconstruction, and the treatment of patients with cleft lip and palate. In addition, Dr. Genecov has a strong background in cosmetic surgery and will continue to involve himself in clinical practice and research involving cosmetic surgery of the face and body.

Dr. Genecov received advanced training in ear reconstruction for cases of microtia/anotia using the Japanese two-stage technique as designed by Dr. Saforo Nagata. Dr. Genecov accomplished this technique under the direction of Dr. Nagata and his protégé, Dr. Akira Yamada.

In addition to research projects in bone regeneration, synthetic bone substitutes, and stem cell bone formation, Dr. Genecov continues philanthropic work through the World Craniofacial Foundation and is involved with programs to bring pediatric plastic surgery care to both Russia and Romania.

Read more about Dr. Genecov, his work and interests at: http://www.craniofacial.net/index.htm

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