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About PENTA Facial Plastic Surgery Center

In this day and age, many physicians and other healthcare providers are venturing into the realm of cosmetic medicine and surgery. This introductory page describes the qualifications, background, and training of the surgeons of the PENTA Facial Plastic Surgery Center.

When considering facial plastic surgery find out if your doctors are members of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) and have privileges to perform procedures at the local hospitals and ambulatory centers.

AAFPRS surgeons perform cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the face, head and neck only. Training includes one or two years of post-graduate training in general surgery residency and at least four additional years of specialty training in head and neck surgery and facial plastic surgery. Some physicians choose an additional intensive one-year fellowship in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. They are board certified by boards recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) and may also be certified by American Board of Facial Plastic Surgery (ABFPRS). Learn more about What is a Facial Plastic Surgeon here.

Most cosmetic plastic surgery is performed in PENTA’s Winston-Salem office surgical suite. The surgical suite is designed to accommodate its cosmetic plastic surgery patients’ needs and includes a specially trained surgical team.

Welcome to PENTA!

During this extraordinary time and for the safety of everyone in our building, please be aware of the following:

  • Do not bring additional people into the building.
    • It is best if you are alone as the patient enter the building for your visit today. We ask that other members of your party please wait in the car.
    • One parent or guardian may accompany a child under the age of 18.
    • If you have an exceptional need, please let the greeter know the details. She will need to get special permission from your doctor.
  • We will take your temperature and ask you about symptoms before you can proceed to check-in.
    • If you have a fever and/or cough:
      • You will be asked to wait in your car until the greeter can discuss the situation with your doctor. You may be asked to report to your primary care physician for your condition.
We appreciate your understanding during these challenging times. Our goal is to take care of essential ENT conditions and protect the safety of you, other patients, and the PENTA staff.