Dr. Keith Hanna is a board–certified plastic surgeon who graduated cum laude from Clemson University, then earned his medical degree at the Medical University of South Carolina, graduating with honors. He completed a general surgery residency at the University of Tennessee–Memphis. Dr. Hanna then excelled in his plastic surgery residency at Vanderbilt University. Additionally, he accepted an invitation from Paces Plastic Surgery to complete its prestigious fellowship in cosmetic and oculoplastic surgery where he received intense training from internationally recognized experts.
Dr. Hanna has authored numerous publications on plastic surgery and has presented at national and international scientific conferences. His dedication and expertise has been acknowledged by his peers by being elected President of the Georgia Society of Plastic Surgeons.
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Charity and Association Memberships
Donating his time and services to the underprivileged is also a passion of Dr. Hanna and is demonstrated through his work with Childspring International, an organization that brings children to the United States for medical care not available in their own countries and returns them home with opportunities for a better life.
Being extremely proud of his comprehensive education and training, Dr. Hanna is pleased to offer the entire spectrum of plastic surgery procedures to his patients. His practice focuses on cosmetic surgery of the face, breast, and body. Because Dr. Hanna is committed to service his community, a significant portion of his practice centers on breast reconstruction after breast cancer.
If you are in the greater Atlanta area and are searching for cosmetic surgery answers from a qualified, compassionate plastic surgeon, please contact Marietta plastic surgeon, Dr. Hanna through our office today. Marietta Plastic Surgery is located in Marietta and Woodstock, Georgia, and welcomes patients from throughout the southeastern United States.
Dr. Hanna is a contributor on Real Self.