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Ryan M. Gobble, MD

West Chester, OH

University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Department of Plastic Surgery

7675 Wellness Way, Suite 400
West Chester, OH 45069

Ryan Gobble, MD

Ryan Gobble, MD is a board-certified general and plastic surgeon who provides a wide range of plastic and reconstructive procedures at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

Dr. Gobble has special expertise in autologous (free flap) breast reconstruction, in which he uses a patient’s own tissue to construct natural-looking breasts after a mastectomy. As a Resensation® surgeon, Dr. Gobble can use allograft nerve tissue (donated nerve tissue) to reconnect the nerves and potentially restore sensation to the newly reconstructed breasts.

Affiliated Hospitals

  • University of Cincinnati Medical Center

Medical Degree: Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, Illinois
Residency: General surgery residency at New York University Langone Medical Center and plastic surgery at Harvard Medical School

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