Dr. Alejandro Ramírez is a Surgeon graduated with Maximum Distinction from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Specialized in General Surgery and with subspecialty in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in the same house of studies.

 

Among the improvements he has developed, he has a Clerkship in Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital, in Boston, MA, USA, a hospital affiliated to Harvard University, during 2007.

 

During one year, between 2011 and 2012, he performed a Fellowship in Microsurgery at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan, considered “the Mecca” of Reconstructive Microsurgery in the world. He was under the direct supervision of the renowned Dr. Fu Chan Wei, awarded as one of the 20 most important Plastic Surgeons in history.

 

In November 2014 he had the opportunity to perform Observership in Aesthetic Surgery, with the famous Dr. Sherrel Aston, an expert in facial and body aesthetic surgery, in Manhattan, New York, USA. During his stay he learned invaluable concepts and details in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

 

In May 2015 he developed a Preceptorship in Facial Reanimation Surgery together with the world expert Dr. Akihiko Takushima, at Kyorin University, Tokyo, Japan. During this training, he achieved a breakthrough in his knowledge in surgery for facial paralysis and minimally invasive plastic surgery techniques, applicable to both cosmetic surgery and reconstructive surgery. During the same period, in the hospital of the University of Tokyo at the hands of Dr. Isao Koshima, he perfected knowledge in supermicrosurgery and lymphedema surgery.

 

In 2016, he performed Fellowship in Craniofacial Surgery at Chang Gung Craniofacial Center in Taipei, one of the best centers in the world, with emphasis on Cosmetic Surgery and Facial Reconstructive Surgery. To then perform observership with Dr. Guyuron in Cleveland, in facial and migraine surgery.

 

His training, in summary, has been focused on cutting-edge Aesthetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, looking for the best treatment options from both an aesthetic and functional point of view.

Alejandro Ramírez