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Graham Schwarz , MD

Cleveland, OH

Cleveland Clinic, Department of Plastic Surgery

9500 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44195

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Graham Schwarz, MD

Graham Schwarz, MD is a board certified plastic surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. With breast reconstruction as a focus of his practice, Dr. Schwarz offers autologous (free flap) reconstruction using natural tissue and implant-based reconstruction for women who have breast cancer and mastectomy.

With his expertise in microsurgical breast reconstruction, Dr. Schwarz also offers Resensation® to women who undergo free flap reconstruction. Resensation is a new surgical technique performed at the same time as free flap reconstruction that has the potential to restore sensation in the reconstructed breasts.

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Undergrad: University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia
Medical Degree: Rutgers University-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey
Residency: General surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center; plastic and reconstructive surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University and Weill Cornell Medical Center

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