Dr. Kevin Sadati has made a name for himself not only in California but across the entire country. His name is the first one that most Orange County residents think of when they look into having a facial plastic surgery performed. While Dr. Sadati is highly-skilled at many different facial plastic procedures, he is truly an expert when it comes to the rhinoplasty surgery. Patients know when they walk into his Newport Beach practice that they can trust him, and patients also love that they will come to know him personally throughout their own journey.
As someone who values his career and wants to continuously improve on his craft, Dr. Sadati feels it is important to be an active member of the two top professional organizations in his industry. Currently, he is a member of the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (AACS).
Patients are often impressed with Dr. Sadati’s medical background and professional experience. With more than 10 years worth of experience in the industry, patients know that they can trust him to perform their nose job whether they need it for structural reasons or aesthetic reasons. On top of providing patients with expert medical knowledge and skill, Dr. Sadati offers patients the unique opportunity to work with an artist, as well. Dr. Sadati attended art school at the same time he attended medical school, so patients get the experience of working with a skilled medical professional who also has the eye of an artist. He has studied the beauty of the human form for decades, and brings that knowledge to the operating room. Dr. Sadati knows there is no one-size-fits-all nose. He creates a custom plan for each of his patients, taking into account the rest of their facial features as well as their ethnicity and personality.
Many patients come to Dr. Sadati for their first rhinoplasty procedure, and he prides himself on his low revision rate. However, some patients who have previously worked with less experienced surgeons might find that they need a revision. These procedures are complicated, but Dr. Sadati never turns down a revision case because it is too challenging.
Dr. Sadati began his studies at the University of California at Berkeley. There, he earned two bachelors degrees — one in Molecular Cell Biology and a second in Near Eastern Art and History. After graduation, he spent time working in a wound healing research lab. He then went on to medical school at Midwestern University/Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. After medical school, he completed an internship at Michigan State University. To finalize his formal education, Dr. Sadati studied general surgery as well as head, neck and shoulder surgery at the Medical College of Pennsylvania. While in Philadelphia, he completed his facial plastic surgery training.
During his residency, Dr. Kevin Sadati pursued his passion of art by attending the Philadelphia School of Fine Arts during the evening. It was here that he studied the human form through sculpting and painting, a skill that he feels truly gives him the upper hand when it comes to facial plastic surgery. Not only does he know the medical and biological aspects of the face and body, but he also recognizes the aesthetics of each person as well.
For Dr. Sadati, education is never truly complete. After his residency program, he completed his cosmetic and reconstructive surgery fellowship training program that was hosted by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery in the State of Washington.
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery approved fellowship training, WA General Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery 2004-2005
Diplomate of the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery, ABCS, 2007
Fellow of American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, FAACS
Medical College of Pennsylvania/Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
Otolaryngology/ HNS 1999-2004
Facial plastic surgery 1999-2004
AOBOO Board Certified 2005
FAOCO certified 2011
Michigan State University, Metropolitan Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI
Rotating Surgical internship 1998-1999
Midwestern University/Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Downers Grove, IL
Medical school, DO degree 1994-1998
University of California at San Francisco, UCSF, San Francisco, CA
Wound healing laboratories, research associate 1992-1994
University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 1988-1992
B.S., Molecular Neurobiology & Cell Biology
B.A., Near Eastern History & literature
Philadelphia School of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA
Painting and sculpture, evening classes. 2001-2003
HONORS & AWARDS
U.C. Berkeley, Groper M&P Scholarship
U.C. Berkeley, Wilson Odell Scholarship
U.C. Berkeley, Alumni Scholarship for Academic Excellence
Midwestern University, Alumni Scholarship
2011- The Double “C” Plication Technique: A Reliable Technique for Lower Facial Rejuvenation: Review of1500 Cases. The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery vol. 28.No 1, 2011
2005 – Autologous Free Fat Transfer with Platelet Rich Plasma. The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery 12/2006
2004 – Malignant fibrous histiocytoma of the head and neck after radiation for squamous cell carcinoma, ENT journal April 2004.
2003 – Pleomorphic Adenoma of External Auditory Canal. Case report. Discussion of histological presentation and also surgical management of this tumor. Presented at AOCOO meeting. Medical College of Pennsylvania.
Metastasis of Sebaceous Cell Carcinoma of the eyelid to the Maxillary Sinus. Presented at the AOCOO meeting. Medical College of Pennsylvania.
1997 – Neurotology Research:
1. 1) Study of CSF Leak After Acoustic Neuroma Surgery.
2. 2) Development of an algorithm to reduce the incidence of CSF leak after acoustic neuroma surgery. These studies were based on analysis of 500 surgical patients chart, as well as literature search. These data were compiled into charts, graphs, and lecture material that were presented in Copenhagen Neurotological Convention by Dr. Richard Wiet.
Wound Healing Research: Regulatory Effects of IL4 & NO Signaling on Osteoclasts & Osteoblasts. Bone marrow stem cells were induced to differentiate into osteoclasts and Osteoblasts, and then IL4 and Nitrous Oxide were introduced to them. The results indicated that IL4 down regulates the Osteoblasts, and NO upregulates the Osteoblasts.
UCSF Medical Center.
1992 – Breast Cancer Research: Morphology of Mammary Cancer Cell in Comparison with Normal Mammary Cells. Microscopic evaluation of cells to determine morphological changes in respect to pathological cells behavior.
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories.
1991 – Molecular Neurobiology: Inner Hair cells Regeneration After Acoustic Trauma. Comparison of Mammalian inner hair cells with birds in an acoustic induced trauma. Evaluation under electron microscope.
ORGANIZATIONS CURRENT AND PAST AFFILIATIONS
American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
American Osteopathic Association
American Academy of Osteopathic Otolaryngology/HNS/ Facial Plastic Surgery
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
Osteopathic Medical Board of California
Washington Board of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery
Snohomish County Medical Society
Northwest Society of Cosmetic Surgeons
Pennsylvania State Medical Association
Pennsylvania Board of Osteopathic Medicine
Philadelphia College of Surgeons
Philadelphia Medical Society
HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS (past & present)
Hoag Memorial Hospital, Newport Beach , Ca
Coastal Community Hospital, CA
Northwest Hospital, WA
Valley General Hospital, WA
Swedish Hospital, WA
Lower Buck Hospital, PA
College Hospital, CA