Dr Mark Gaon, M.D.
Dr. Mark Gaon is a Newport Beach native, third generation physician, and second-generation plastic surgeon. Having been exposed to the field of plastic surgery at an early age, he worked diligently to join the ranks of an elite group of physicians in the field of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He attended Stanford University for his undergraduate studies and Tulane University for his Medical School training. Dr. Gaon then went on to complete residency training in General Surgery, trauma, and critical care at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He completed his training at the Methodist Hospital Program at the prestigious Texas Medical Center in Houston.
Dr. Gaon has a vast experience in facial, body, and breast surgery, and has been trained by the top specialists in their respective fields. He consistently provides natural, pleasing results that never leave patients looking “overdone” and that stand the test of time. Though classically trained, he continuously incorporates new techniques and new technologies to provide unsurpassed results for his patients.
Known for his keen eye and attention to detail, Dr. Gaon is able to effectively communicate with his patients and go on to not only meet, but to exceed expectations. Utilizing the concept that “no one key fits every lock,” Dr. Gaon provides a personalized treatment plan to each individual patient incorporating their particular anatomies as well as their aesthetic goals. Employing this approach allows the patient to be an active participant in the customized treatment plan for their procedures.
Dr. Gaon takes pride in the fact that he offers very personal individualized care. Patients are comforted to know that there are no assistants utilized during surgery and that they will be seen by him for each and every post operative visit. This patient-centric concierge care and his ability to aptly explain the ins and outs of surgical procedures is what distinguishes Dr. Gaon from the myriad of other physicians in the aesthetic marketplace.