Profile of Resensation Surgeon Michael Mirzabeigi MD

Michael N. Mirzabeigi , MD

Atlanta, GA

Atlanta Plastic Surgery

975 Johnson Ferry Rd. NE, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30342

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Michael Mirzabeigi, MD

Michael Mirzabeigi, MD is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon with Atlanta Plastic Surgery. He is dedicated to providing the latest in leading-edge breast surgery to his patients, including DIEP flap breast reconstruction with Resensation® for women who have had mastectomies to treat or prevent breast cancer. With the Resensation technique, Dr. Mirzabeigi can reconnect nerves in the natural tissue used to reconstruct breasts with nerves in the chest, potentially restoring sensation.

Dr. Mizrabeigi also offers buttock/thigh-based tissue transfer, advanced breast implant techniques and fat grafting. He sees patients in Atlanta Plastic Surgery’s Atlanta, Cumming and Canton locations.

Affiliated Hospitals

  • Northside Atlanta

  • Northside Cumming

  • Northside Canton

Undergrad: Bachelor of science in chemistry from Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania
Medical Degree: Jefferson Medical College in Villanova
Residency: Plastic and reconstructive surgery at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennslvania

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