Have Confidence in your Facelift Surgeon… Why Choose Dr. Kevin Sadati?
Specializing in facelift, also known as a rhytidectomy, Dr. Kevin Sadati excels at creating individualized, natural-looking aesthetic results for each patient that he works with. When drafting plans for a cosmetic facelift procedure, Dr. Kevin Sadati takes into account each individual patient’s goals, desires, personality and ethnicity. During the initial consultation, Dr. Kevin Sadati takes his time to get to know each patient on a personal level and the extra care shows in their surgical results. He is able to perform primary facelifts for all age groups and ethnicity.
While pursing his medical education, Dr. Kevin Sadati also pursued his interested in the arts by attending evening classes at the Philadelphia School of Fine Arts. By learning the art of oil painting and sculpting, he gained an enormous amount of understanding for the human form; and through his artistic training, he learned that having this skill would be a tool to use in surgery; that was both unique and beneficial to his patients. This furthered his understanding of how to achieve a harmonious, natural-looking and balanced look for his patients.
Dr. Sadati received the “Best Scholarly Manuscript” Award at the Academy of Cosmetic Scientific Conference
For a doctor, the ultimate compliment is patient referrals. Dr. Kevin Sadati’s practice continues to grow because of all his wonderful, endless support from his past patients. Patients consistently compliment Dr. Kevin Sadati on his work and tell him how happy they are with their results.
Dr. Kevin Sadati’s entire team has been hand selected for the value that they can add to the practice. They continue to give each patient the highest quality of care and privacy, while treating every patient like family. Their personalized approach and insightful appreciation for individuality means that each surgical plan will be tailed to gender, ethnicity, personality and lifestyle. They give the patient the highest degree of competence and customer service while helping achieve the best possible outcome from each patient’s surgery.
Dr. Kevin Sadati earned his undergraduate degrees in Molecular Cell Biology and Near Easter Art & History from the University of California at Berkeley. At the University of California at San Francisco he became involved in wound healing research.
Following this Dr. Kevin Sadati went on to earn his medial degree from the Midwestern University in Illinois. He completed a rotating internship at Michigan State University, Metropolitan Hospital, then continuing his General Surgery Otolaryngology/ Head & Neck Surgery at PCOM and the Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Where he completed his facial plastic and reconstructive training.
In a quest for higher education, Dr. Kevin Sadati attended a fellowship training in general cosmetic & reconstructive surgery accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.
Fellow of American Osteopathic College of Otolaryngology
Diplomate of the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery
Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
Diplomate, The American Osteopathic Board of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgey and Facial Plastic Surgery
Diplomate, Osteopathic Medical Board of California
Body and Breast Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Approved Fellowship Training, Lynnwood, WA
Otolaryngology/ HNS and Facial plastic surgery
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine., Philadelphia, PA.
Rotating Surgical Internship
Michigan State University, Metropolitan Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI
Medical school, DO degree
Midwestern University/Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Downers Grove, IL
Wound Healing Laboratories, Research Associate
University of California at San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
B.S., Molecular Neurobiology & Cell Biology
B.A., Near Eastern History & literature
University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Painting and Sculpture, Evening classes
Philadelphia School of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA
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
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery: 2006 Best Scholarly Manuscript,The Richard B. Aronsohn, MD Founder’s Award
The Double “C” Plication Technique:
A Reliable Technique for Lower Facial Rejuvenation: Review of 1500 Cases.
The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery vol. 28. No 1, 2011
Autologous Free Fat Transfer with Platelet Rich Plasma
The American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery 12/2006
Radiation Induced Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma of Larynx
Histological and surgical evaluation of this rare disease in head and neck cancer. Published in ENT journal April 2004.
Pleomorphic Adenoma of External Auditory Canal
Case report. Discussion of histological presentation and also surgical management of this tumor. Presented at AOCOOS meeting.
Medical College of Pennsylvania
Metastasis of Sebaceous Cell Carcinoma of the eyelid to the Maxillary Sinus
Presented at the AOCOOS meeting.
Medical College of Pennsylvania
- Study of CSF Leak After Acoustic Neuroma Surgery.
- 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.
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
Wound Healing Research:
Regulatory Effects of IL4 & NO Signaling on Osteoclasts & Osteoblasts. Bone marrow stem cells were induced to differentiate into osteoclasts and Osteoblasts, 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
Inner Hair cells Regeneration After Acoustic Trauma. Comparison of Mammalian inner hair cells with birds in an acoustic induced trauma. Evaluation under electron microscope. Undergraduate Thesis.
General Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
General adult & pediatric Otolaryngology
Head & Neck Surgery
American Osteopathic Association
The American Academy of Osteopathic Colleges of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Orange County Society of Otolaryngology
Washington State Medical Association
Snohomish County Medical Society
Northwest Society of Cosmetic Surgeons
Pennsylvania State Medical Association
Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association
Philadelphia College of Surgeons
Philadelphia Medical Society
Hoag Memorial Hospital, CA
Coastal Community Hospital, CA
College Hospital, CA
Northwest Hospital, WA
Valley General Hospital, WA
Swedish Hospital, WA
Lower Buck Hospital, PA