Park Facial Plastics
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Our small and dedicated staff can offer the full range of plastic surgery. We will take care of you from the moment you enter our doors until after you have recovered from your procedure.

Aric Park M.D.

As part of the faculty at the University of Southern California in the department of head and neck surgery, Dr Park is involved in the training and education of the otolaryngology residents in the art and science of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Working with the underserved community at the Los Angeles County Hospital, he routinely cares for those with facial trauma and those requiring reconstruction after cancer surgery. He specializes in rhinoplasty and facial rejuvenation. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Stanford, he matriculated at Tufts School of Medicine in Boston. From there, he spent a year of general surgery training at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York before moving back to Boston for his Otolaryngology residency. Towards the end of his residency, he became fascinated with facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and matched into a prestigious fellowship at the Lasky Clinic in Beverly Hills where he trained with Dr Andrew Frankel. 
His publications include multiple book chapters on rhinoplasty and nasal reconstruction.

Annie Patterson

moved to Southern California from Lake Tahoe in 2008. After changing locations from San Diego to Los Angeles, she now has taken over the day to day management of the practice. She has a degree in interior design and previously ran her own furniture boutique in San Diego. To see her in action with the Los Angeles Derby Dolls visit their website at

Adylene Villanueva

received her associates from Platt College. She is a certified medical assistant. Originally she hails from Los Angeles and has spent a significant amount of time in the cosmetic surgery field.



**Additionally, for those interested in liposuction and body work, our associate Suzanne Trott, M.D. is board certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Please go to for more information.