Dr. Troy Pittman offers the full spectrum of Plastic Surgery procedures including both plastic and reconstructive surgery of the face and body. He has specific interest and expertise in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery of the breast, including complex breast reconstruction for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. A native of the DC area, Dr. Pittman is known for his commitment to the individualized care of each patient.
Dr. Pittman completed his medical training at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He went on to residencies in both General Surgery and Plastic Surgery at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. Dr. Pittman gained extensive experience in the full spectrum of Plastic Surgery including cosmetic surgery of the face and body, body-contouring surgery after massive weight loss, reconstruction of the face and body following traumatic injuries or major cancer surgery, as well as trauma, burn and wound surgery at the world-renowned Cook County Hospital Trauma Center in Chicago.
Following his Plastic Surgery residency Dr. Pittman completed a fellowship in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. During this year, Dr. Pittman focused on advanced techniques in implant-based breast reconstruction, oncoplastic breast reconstruction and perforator-based microvascular reconstruction of the breast.
At the completion of his training, Dr. Pittman joined the faculty of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine where his practice focused on breast reconstruction, body-contouring and cosmetic surgery. At Hopkins, Dr. Pittman also served as the co-director of the resident cosmetic surgery clinic.
Dr. Pittman returned to MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in the Summer of 2014.
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