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Jacob K. Dey, M.D., is actively involved in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery research and education. He has particular research interest and expertise in the areas of facial paralysis, facial reanimation, and outcomes assessment in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.
Dr. Dey's research efforts are driven by a passion to advance the field and improve the quality of care provided to patients seeking facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
The face is one of the most important parts of the human body. It is the source of identity. The face provides a profound sense of self and is the interface by which people interact with the world. For this reason, Dr. Dey has dedicated his training and career to surgery of the face. As an academic surgeon, Dr. Dey's clinical work, research and teaching are all aimed at providing the best and highest level of care to patients needing facial plastic and reconstructive surgery.
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