Facial and Cosmetic Surgery Specialists
The Facial and Cosmetic Surgery Center is dedicated to the aesthetic and functional enhancement of the face and neck. The Center offers a full range of cosmetic procedures and surgeries using the most advanced techniques.
Our highly trained multidisciplinary staff, comprised of board certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons, dermatologists, and laser specialists work closely together to help you attain the results you desire.
Dr. Fewkes is Director of Mohs and Cutaneous Surgery at Mass. Eye and Ear. Dr. Fewkes attended medical school at the University of California, San Francisco and completed her residency at Harvard Medical School followed by fellowship in Mohs surgery at Duke University. Dr. Fewkes joined Mass. Eye and Ear in 1998, opening the Infirmary’s first Dermatologic Surgery Center. Previously, she had been Director of the Mohs Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital for 15 years.
Dr. Fewkes’s clinical practice focuses on skin cancer. To raise awareness about the growing epidemic of skin cancer, Dr. Fewkes has lectured on the topic both nationally and internationally and she performs yearly free skin screenings at various locations including local hospitals, universities, corporations and shelters. As a dermatologic surgeon, Dr. Fewkes specializes in the treatment of basal cell carcinomas, squamous cell carcinomas, and melanomas.
An Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Dr. Fewkes serves as a mentor and educator to medical students, residents and fellows. Her research focuses on various aspects of cutaneous surgery including the treatment of wounds with tissue-engineered skin, photodynamic treatment, and skin cancer.
Dr. Gliklich is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Medical School and completed both his residency, and his fellowship training in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at Mass. Eye and Ear. Recently name the Leffenfeld Clinical Professor of Otology and Laryngology at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Glilkich’s clinical practice focuses on nasal surgery (rhinoplasty, septoplasty, functional repair) as well as other areas of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
A former Charles A. Dana Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in outcomes research, Dr. Gliklich’s clinical research focuses on the effectiveness, safety, and quality of clinical care. He has authored more than 90 academic publications, many of which are on patient recorded outcomes. In 2012, Dr. Gliklich was recognized by PharmaVoice as one of the 100 most inspiring people in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industry.
Dr. Hadlock attended medical school at the Harvard/MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology and completed her residency, and her fellowship training in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at Mass. Eye and Ear. Director of the Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the Facial Nerve Center, Dr. Hadlock’s clinical practice focuses primarily on facial nerve disorders caused by Bell’s Palsy, Lyme disease, acoustic neuromas, brain tumors, and surgical complications. Dr. Hadlock also specializes in microtia (auricular reconstruction), aesthetic facial surgery and facial reconstruction.
Since her days as a resident at Mass. Eye and Ear, Dr. Hadlock has participated in annual pediatric medical missions to deliver medical and surgical care to underserved populations in Latin America; three of her four children have accompanied her on these missions. In addition, Dr. Hadlock volunteers her medical and surgical services to the R.O.S.E. (Regaining One's Self-Esteem) Fund patients (survivors of domestic violence.)
Dr. Hadlock is also Director of the Facial Nerve Regeneration Laboratory.
Dr. Lindsay is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Medicine. She completed her residency in Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland and her fellowship in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. She was awarded the Jack Anderson Prize for Scholastic Excellence by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery for achieving the top score the ABFPRS certification exam and currently writes questions for this exam.
After her fellowship, Dr. Lindsay returned to Bethesda, Maryland to a busy practice serving active duty military personnel, their families, and retirees. There she performed a wide variety of facial reconstructive and cosmetic procedures including correction of traumatic deformities, rhinoplasty, and aesthetic procedures. In 2010, she was deployed aboard the USNS Comfort hospital ship in Haiti following their catastrophic earthquake. Dr. Lindsay is also an active member of a small Mass. Eye and Ear team that annually performs 55+ microtia (auricular reconstructon) surgeries to the underserved population of Quito, Ecuador.
Dr. Lindsay returned to Mass. Eye and Ear in 2012 after completing her 12 years of service in the U.S. Navy. Her clinical practice focuses on functional and cosmetic rhinolasty, aesthetic surgery, and injectables (Radiesse, Restlane, Botox, etc.), and the management of microtia, vascular malformations, and facial nerve disorders. Currently, Dr. Lindsay’s clinical research interests are vascular malformations, 3-D imaging, and outcomes in facial paralysis and functional rhinoplasty.
Dr. Tan joined Mass Eye and Ear in 2010, bringing with her over two decades of experience in dermatological conditions and treatments, in particular the use of lasers. In the 1980’s, Dr. Tan collaborated on a vascular-specific laser that targeted red blood cells, and in the 1990’s, she and her husband, Dr. Timothy Stafford, developed, in collaboration with industry, a laser to remove tattoos.
The Director of the Carolyn and Peter Lynch Center for Laser and Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Tan seeks to provide quality specialty care, and to continually improve that care through groundbreaking research and teaching.
Recently, Dr. Tan, with other surgeons and staff, returned to work with under-served pediatric patients in Latin America. With funding from the Lynch Foundation, Dr. Tan was able to bring the first laser to the Quito, Ecuador hospital where Dr. Tan will continue her annual missions.