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Ergun Kocak, MD

Gahanna, OH

Midwest Breast and Aesthetic Surgery

1329 Cherry Way Dr., Suite 700
Gahanna, OH 43230

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Ergun Kocak, MD

Ergun Kocak, MD is a board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in advanced aesthetic and reconstructive surgeries of the breast and body. He is fellowship-trained in microvascular reconstruction and performs over 200 DIEP flap and other microvascular free flap breast reconstructions yearly.

Dr. Kocak offers Resensation®, a surgical technique used in women who have had a mastectomy to treat or prevent breast cancer. Resensation, performed during flap reconstruction using tissue from the abdomen or other areas of the body, has the potential to restore sensation in reconstructed breasts.

Affiliated Hospitals

  • Mount Caramel St. Ann

  • Genesis Hospital

  • Blanchard Valley Hospital

  • Dublin Methodist Hospital

  • Ohio Valley Surgical Hospital

Undergrad: University of Michigan
Medical Degree: Ohio State University College of Medicine
Residency: Plastic surgery residency at Ohio State University Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio

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