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Mardirossian Facial Aesthetics!

The philosophy of our center is founded on the principles of integrity and determination to achieve the best aesthetic result in a constant pursuit of excellence and maximum patient satisfaction. Since its creation in 1989 every patient evaluated in our center has received treatment based on these principles.

Our patients receive clear and honest advice along with thorough answers to their questions at all times. Your care will be meticulous, comprehensive, and medically excellent. We will provide you with the most advanced and proven facial aesthetic treatments available. We truly believe that if you look good, then we look good!

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Dr.Vartan A. Mardirossian M.D.

Dr. Vartan Mardirossian is an Assistant Professor of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Otolaryngology at the Florida Atlantic University and a consultant of Facial plastic and Head and Neck Surgery at Jupiter Medical Center. He is double Board-certified in both Facial Plastic surgery and Head and Neck Surgery and has authored many studies on pivotal topics within the realm of Facial plastic surgery.

He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Padua in Italy, where he graduated Summa cum Laude in 2000.Dr. Mardirossian completed his Residency in Head and Neck Surgery in Padua, Italy and moved to Boston where he performed research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


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Face Ready for Bathing Suit Season

How to Get Your Face Ready for Bathing Suit Season

The warm weather is right around the corner, and with it comes bathing suit season. Some people look forward to this time of year with a child-like enthusiasm, while others dread it like a pop qui


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Social Media & Plastic Surgery

Does Social Media Play a Role in Plastic Surgery Trends?

Each year, the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) reviews the surgical procedures that took place the year before. Per their latest report, 2017 was one of the


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