Edward P. Miranda, MD
Dr. Edward Miranda is a San Francisco plastic surgeon and the Medical Director for The Center for Complex Reconstruction, Pacific Plastic Surgery Group and Hayes Valley Surgery Center. He is a board-certified plastic surgeon and offers a full range of reconstructive and cosmetic procedures. He is responsible for the conclusive chapter on gynecomastia that has been included in a widely used plastic surgery textbook. In addition, he authored the chapter on breast deformities in male and female children / adolescents that is now included in the “Pediatric Surgery” textbook that is most commonly used in the training of plastic surgeons worldwide.
Dr. Miranda is Ivy League educated and attended Cornell University Medical College in his home state of New York, where he graduated with highest honors (Alpha Omega Alpha) as well as earning a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors in Biochemistry.
Additional Interests and Scientific Research
Dr. Edward Miranda also has experience working for the Estee Lauder Company. He was trained in the design, production and testing fields to help ensure that Estee Lauder produces high-quality cosmetics and cosmeceuticals. This knowledge has been used to design high-tech cosmetic products for Pacific Plastic Surgery Group. He uses all of his combined experience to develop a custom skin treatment plan for every patient. Dr. Edward Miranda has received awards for his innovative practice and research in plastic surgery. He continues to research and develop his learning and is especially interested in the following fields:
- Cosmetic skin resurfacing
- Skin cancer (melanoma)
- General reconstruction
Read Articles by Dr. Miranda
- Congenital Anomalies of the Chest Wall
- Futility of Positron Emission Tomography and Other Modalities in the Initial Radiographic Screening of Patients With Melanoma
- Reoperative Selective Sentinel Lymphadenectomy Combined With Lymphoscintigraphy Is Technically Feasible for Cutaneous Tumors of the Upper Extremity After Radical Dissection of Regional Lymph Node Basins for Breast Cancer
- Cranial and Cervical Muscular Weakness in Mitochondrial Myopathy Is Associated With Resolution of Migraine Headaches
- Routine Imaging of Asymptomatic Melanoma Patients With Metastasis to Sentinel Lymph Nodes Rarely Identifies Systemic Disease
- Management of Cutaneous Melanoma