Evan R. Ransom, M.D.
Dr. Evan Ransom is an Ivy League educated and fellowship-trained Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. He is the Director of the San Francisco Center for Facial Plastic, Reconstructive & Laser Surgery. Dr. Ransom's personal philosophy is to preserve the unique identity of each of his patients while helping them to look and feel better, more energetic, and more vibrant. He works closely with each patient to achieve the results that they have always hoped for – without changing the features that they love or who they are. Working together as a team, Dr. Ransom helps you stay…
Dr. Ransom's practice includes all types of surgery for the aging face (facelift, eyelid lift, brow or forehead lift, midface lift, and fat grafting or revolumization), cosmetic and functional rhinoplasty ("nose job" surgery or nose reshaping), and reconstruction of complex defects of the face and neck resulting from Mohs surgery. He uses the latest in minimally invasive and endoscopic techniques and also provides non-surgical treatments, including injectable fillers (Restalyne®, Juvederm®, Radiesse®, and others), neuromodulators (Botox® Cosmetic and Dysport®), chemical peels, and dermabrasion. Finally, Dr. Ransom is skilled with the latest in laser treatments – both ablative and non-ablative.
Please call or e-mail us at the San Francisco Center for Facial Plastic, Reconstructive & Laser Surgery today to learn more about our treatments or to schedule a consultation!
Face of San Francisco
Despite all of our poetry, song lyrics, and fairy tales, the concept of beauty is fluid.
Each year, tens of thousands of children worldwide are born with facial birth defects, including congenital anomalies such as cleft lip, cleft palate, and microtia (small, malformed, or even absent external ear. In our country, medical expertise and resources are available in nearly all cases.
In other parts of the world, however, these children are often left untreated – and face a lifetime of difficulty. For each of these birth defects, social stigma can be crippling. And for cleft lip and palate patients, feeding and developmental problems...