Dr. Andrew Smith, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Dr. Andrew Smith
16100 Sand Canyon Avenue, Suite 230
Irvine, California 92618
Tel: (949) 653-7000
www.ASmithMD.com and www.OrangeCountyBreastReconstruction.com
What You Should Know:
Dr. Andrew Smith is a board-certified plastic surgeon in Orange County, California. He specializes in breast augmentations, facelifts and body contouring procedures like the popular mommy makeover. While there are many surgeons in Southern California, Dr. Smith’s patients continue to visit him for his humble and down-to-earth personality. Dr. Smith is known to go the extra mile to help women in need and offers his expertise in the field of breast reconstruction. While facing a mastectomy can be scary, the experience can be much more positive with a trained and informed professional like Dr. Smith.
Before opening his two locations and going into private practice, Dr. Smith was a Chief Resident at the premiere UCLA Medical Center. Dr. Smith was involved in the much-publicized separation of the conjoined Guatemalan twins. The nearly 24-hour long surgery resulted in a successful separation and has been a model for several subsequent separation surgeries. Results like this and many others led to Dr. Smith being named by Los Angeles Magazine as a “Super Doctor”.
If you’re considering plastic surgery in Orange County, request a consultation with Dr. Andrew Smith!
“I know we thanked you in person but I just wanted to thank you again for your wonderful efforts and willingness to work with the Orange County Breast Outreach Program to get the surgery taken care of. I know she is very grateful and happy! Thank you so much for doing this surgery.” —N.S.
“Thanks for giving me exactly what I wanted and asked for! I couldn’t be happier. You are not only a gifted Surgeon, but a great person.” —L.N.
“I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate the wonderful care I received from you during the pre, peri and post-operative period of my surgery. I don’t know that I have ever had such a compassionate and skilled surgeon prior to this procedure.” —D.C.
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