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Hahnemann Center for Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Office Information

231 N. Broad Street
Suite 300
(N. Broad St & Race St)
Philadelphia PA 19107

Phone: (215) 220-2382

http://www.philadelphiaplasticsurgeryonline.com/

Mon: 9am - 5pm
Tues: 9am - 5pm
Wed: 9am - 5pm
Thurs: 9am - 5pm
Fri: 9am - 5pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed
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    "very impressed with dr. mitra. very professional and knowledgeable. in the waiting room i talked to another patient who is a lawyer and a teacher. they both said the same. they felt that he is one of the best surgeons they have ever seen. he is easy going and explained every thing to me and even gave me his personal phone no in case i have any more questions. i had cosmetic surgery done by him and every one is impressed with my post operative outcome. i think he is a great surgeon. "

    5.0
    Unverified Review February 27, 2014
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    "dr. mitra is the most honest and knowledgable plastic surgeon i have ever seen. he is versatile and hardly talks about himself. other nurses and doctors and patients raves about him. very bright and you know about it right away.Excellent surgeon and safe"

    5.0
    Unverified Review February 29, 2012
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    "very friendly. helpful. Dr. mitra was very informative. He did the breast reconstruction for my Mom. excellent outcome. Very confident. Other patients all vouched for him. Even my primary care doctor got operated by him. Strange enough he is always in Castle connolys best doctor list but not in Philadelphia mag! I had abdominoplasty with great result "

    5.0
    Unverified Review May 20, 2012

Capital shortening procedure for kienbock 's disease has not shown to be as effective as touted. Question is what kind of revascularisation is done . follow up with your surgeon and get new xray etc done to see if disease is halted or improved or getting worse.kienbock's disease is a complex disorder with unpredictable outcome and no uniform, reproducable treatment plan

Amit Mitra

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  • Dr. Mitra performs surgery on webbed fingers

     

    Hand surgery patient | Amit Mitra | Plastic Surgeon | Philadelphia, PA

     

    Click above to download a PDF of this article from the Northeast Times from 1996. Here are a few exerpts:

     

     

    "When Paige Briggs was born, the fingers of her left hand were webbed together. Surgery is correcting the unusual condition."

     

    "Paige was born with a condition called syndactyly. The fingers...
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  • Dr. Mitra reattaches a man's thumb

     

    Thumb reattachment newspaper article | Amit Mitra | Plastic Surgeon | Philadelphia, PA

     

    "People tend to take many things for granted. Simple physical tasks are easy and automatic, as easy as the push of a button. But what happens when, in the flick of the wrist, in an instant, one loses a hand, or even a thumb? One Temple University Hospital patient knows, but his story has a...
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  • Unique surgery saves heart

     

    Unique surgery saves heart news clipping | Amit Mitra | Plastic Surgeon | Philadelphia, PAClick to download this article (PDF) from the Reading Eagle that describes a heart transplant procedure in which Dr. Mitra assisted. "Mitra explained he removed one of the two abdominal muscles, 'flipped' it inside the chest wall and laid it around the heart. The new blood supply pumped...
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