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Dr. Markarian has a busy private practice at USC, providing care in all aspects of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. He specializes in facial aesthetic surgery, rejuvenation of the aging face, revision cosmetic surgery, primary and revision rhinoplasty (nasal reshaping surgery), facial paralysis rehabilitation, and reconstructive surgery of the head and neck. His research focuses on scarless wound healing, stem cell research and new treatments for facial paralysis. He teaches medical students, interns and residents at USC,; as well as givesing lectures at both regional and national meetings.
Dr. Markarian's philosophy is treating the individual needs of his patients in a caring and understanding manner. He listens to the needs of each patient carefully and offers sound expertise that is tailored to the individual. He upholds to the highest medical standards and offers treatment to his patients in a safe and comfortable environment.