Scott Bartlett, MD, Chief of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at CHOP, was recently awarded the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons President’s Honorary Award.
Recipients of this award are selected for their contributions and service to the specialty, and in recognition of their enormous impact on the profession by educating and mentoring generations of plastics surgeons.
Dr. Bartlett is well known for his work in facial plastic surgery in children and adults, treating them for both reconstructive and cosmetic concerns. In his reconstructive work, Dr. Bartlett treats patients with facial trauma, facial palsy, congenital abnormalities and defects of the face following skin cancer surgery.
This week, the Children’s Craniofacial Association blog profiled Dr. Bartlett and this recognition. When asked what the best part of his work week is, Dr. Bartlett answered, “seeing the successes and seeing how you can improve results inspires me. I am constantly thinking about how I would and can improve results for my patients.”
You can read his full interview on the CCA Kids Blog.
Learn more about The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia’s Craniofacial Program.