Fadi C. Constantine, MD
Dr. Constantine was born and raised in Dallas, TX. After graduating from St. Mark’s School of Texas, he went on to Vanderbilt University where he earned a double major in molecular/cellular biology and Spanish. Dr. Constantine excelled while at Vanderbilt, earning him inductions into numerous academic honor societies. He also spent a semester studying abroad in Madrid, Spain, an experience that he finds invaluable to his overall education.
He received his medical doctorate degree with honors from University of Texas Medical Branch, an honor only given to those in the top 15 percent of his class. Early in his medical school career, Dr. Constantine found his calling as a plastic surgeon while performing plastic surgery research during a summer internship. During medical school, he performed cutting-edge laboratory and clinical research on wound healing and nasal reconstruction that later earned him co-authorship on papers published in peer-reviewed journals. Upon graduation, he received the Herman A. Barnett Memorial Award for excellence in surgery and anesthesiology.
Dr. Constantine was then selected for a coveted residency spot in the highly competitive department of plastic surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX, one of the most prestigious and well-respected plastic surgery training programs in the world. During his training, Dr. Constantine was fortunate to work with and learn from a myriad of internationally renowned innovators and teachers of aesthetic and reconstructive surgery and dedicated to producing future leaders in plastic surgery.
While juggling the demands of a rigorous surgical residency, Dr. Constantine continued his dedication to research. He co-authored numerous papers and book chapters on many aspects of plastic surgery, including facelift, rhinoplasty, nasal reconstruction, wound healing, body contouring and facial injectables. His extraordinary residency experience afforded him the opportunity to train at many of the best hospitals in Dallas, including Parkland Memorial Hospital (one of the busiest trauma hospitals in the United States) where residents get considerable experience with all aspects of reconstruction ranging from craniofacial reconstruction, to hand/lower extremity reconstruction, to microvascular reconstruction after cancer ablation, most notably breast cancer reconstruction.
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