About The Practice
Dr. Kevin Sadati is a highly specialized and experienced surgeon who has performed thousands of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures throughout his career. As a surgeon, he has great experience with modern techniques of cosmetic and plastic surgery and as an artist and painter; he has great understanding of the hidden beauty of each individual. Dr. Sadati believes cosmetic surgery is an art form that makes one look and feel better. He also strongly believes that the goal of cosmetic surgery on face and body should be a look that feels and appears natural, and is in harmony with the rest of the body without having an “operated-on” look. He has written many scientific papers. His well-known research paper regarding free fat transfer with PRP was published in the American Journal of Cosmetic Surgery. His paper received the best scholarly manuscript research paper award in 2006 in the American Academy of Cosmetic Scientific meeting.
General Cosmetic Surgery - 2007
American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
American College of Osteopathic Otolaryngology/head and neck surgery and Facial plastic surgery
California osteopathic association
Dr. Sadati received scholarship to earn his undergraduate degrees in Molecular Cell Biology and Near Eastern Art & History from the University of California at Berkeley. Then he became involved in wound healing research at the University of California at San Francisco. He then went on to earn his medical degree from Midwestern University in Illinois. After completing his rotating internship at Michigan State University, Metropolitan hospital, he continued his General Surgery, Otolaryngology/ Head & Neck Surgery at PCOM and Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He also completed his facial plastic & reconstructive training in Philadelphia.
In his quest for a higher education, he also attended fellowship training in general cosmetic & reconstructive surgery in Seattle, Washington, accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.
While a resident, he had pursued an interest in art and had attended evening art classes at the Philadelphia School of Fine Arts. He studied oil painting and sculpting and profited enormously in his understanding of human forms. This artistic training has given him what we considered to be a unique tool and technique to better understand a balanced body harmony and its clinical application at surgery.