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Dr. Semira Bayati

Personal Details

Dr. Semira Bayati wants patients to have confidence that their plastic surgeon is fully qualified and highly experienced before deciding to undergo any type of enhancement or reconstruction procedure. She believes in open, honest communication with patients and is happy to address any and all of your questions or concerns. The following links should give you an idea as to the skills and experience of our cosmetic plastic surgeon serving the Orange County and Newport Beach, California region.

Meet Dr. Bayati
Dr. Semira Bayati has an extensive background in plastic and reconstructive surgery. In addition to her skills and experience in cosmetic enhancement, Dr. Bayati is also highly trained in a variety of reconstruction procedures. She has received her medical education from some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the U.S.

Specialties
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Reconstructive Surgery
  • Hand Surgery
  • Cosmetic Surgery
  • Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
  • Breast Surgery
Other
  • Gender Female
  • Languages Spoken English,French,Turkish,Farsi,Understand Spanish and speak partially
Education & Experience
  • Dr. Semira Bayati – Newport Beach, Orange County Cosmetic Surgeon

    Dr. Semira Bayati wants patients to have confidence that their plastic surgeon is fully qualified and highly experienced before deciding to undergo any type of enhancement or reconstruction procedure. She believes in open, honest communication with patients and is happy to address any and all of your questions or concerns. The following links should give you an idea as to the skills and experience of our cosmetic plastic surgeon serving the Orange County and Newport Beach, California region.

  • POST DOCTORAL TRAINING:

    General Surgery
    Integrated General/Plastic Surgery Residency Training Program Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Springfield, IL 1992-1995

    Plastic Surgery
    Integrated General/Plastic Surgery Residency Training Program Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Springfield, IL 1995-1998 Chairman: Elvin G. Zook, MD

    Fellowship Program
    Loma Linda University Medical Center Loma Linda, CA 1998-1999 Chairman: Virchel E. Wood, MD

  • Graduate – Boston University School of Medicine Boston, MA

    Program: 
    Six-Year BA/MD Program

    Degree:
    Doctor of Medicine on May 17, 1992

    Memberships:
    American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
    American Society of Plastic Surgeons
    American Medical Association
    Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity

    Honors:
    Gross Anatomy, Biochemistry, Psychiatry, Liver Transplant Subinternship, Pediatric Clerkship, Plastic Surgery Elective, Ophthalmology, Surgical Oncology Subinternship, Burn Surgery Boston University
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  • Undergraduate – Boston University Boston, MA

    Program:
    Combined Six-Year BA/MD Program

    Degree:
    Bachelor of Arts

    Minors:
    Art History / Mathematics

    Awards:
    Distinguished Sophomore Award for maintaining one of the highest Grade Point Averages in the Six-Year BA/MD

    Program:
    Dean’s List for all semesters of undergraduate education

    Memberships:
    Golden Key National Honor Society
    Phi Beta Kappa

    Activities:
    Shotokan Karate Team at Boston University
    Playing and Teaching Classical Piano

  • LICENSURE
    ILLINOIS 1992
    CALIFORNIA 1998
  • MEMBERSHIPS
    American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
    American Society for Surgery of the Hand
    Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society
    Fellowship American College of Surgeons
  • CERTIFICATIONS
    Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery
    Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners
    Certificate of Added Qualifications In Surgery of the Hand
    Qualified Medical Examiner, QME
  • HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS
    Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
    Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center
  • SURGICAL CENTER AFFILIATIONS
    Hoag Outpatient Surgery Center
    Hoag Newport Surgicenter at Fashion Island
    James Irvine Surgical Center
    Laguna Hills Surgery Center
  • AWARDS
    First Place – Resident Research Award “Improving Survival in a Prefabricated Flap Using Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor”
    Midwestern Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
    Peoria, Ilinois
    May 1994
    First Place – Residents’ Competition
    “Synergism of Angiogenic Agents in Improving Survival of a Prefabricated Flap Model”
    Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society
    Annual Scientific Meeting
    Palm Beach, Florida
    June 1995
    Best Scientific Poster Award (co-author)
    “Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor Induced Angiogenesis Increases Survival of a Prefabricated Flap”
    American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
    Montreal, Canada
    October 1995
  • ACTIVITIES

    Playing and teaching classical piano, weight training and Nautilus, painting (oil on canvas), skin diving

  • RESEARCH GRANTS

    “Delayed Healing in a Denervated Wound Model”
    Hyperbaric Research and Development Grant
    Memorial Medical Center/SIU School of Medicine
    ($4,250) 1997

  • PRESENTATIONS

    “The Inframammary Ligament”
    American Association of Plastic Surgeons
    Annual Meeting Philadelphia, PA May 1993

    “The Inframammary Ligament”
    American College of Surgeons
    Illinois Chapter Annual Meeting
    Springfield, IL May 1993

    “Improving Survival in a Prefabricated Flap Using Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor”
    American Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
    St. Louis, MO May 1994

    “Improving Survival in a Prefabricated Flap Using Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor”
    (First Place-Resident Research Award)
    Midwestern Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
    Peoria, IL May 1994

    “Synergism of Angiogenic Agents in Improving Survival of a Prefabricated Flap Model”
    Plastic Surgery Research Council Annual Meeting
    New York, NY May 1995

    “Synergism of Angiogenic Agents in Improving Survival of a Prefabricated Flap Model”
    Midwestern Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
    Iowa City, IA June 1995

    “Synergism of Angiogenic Agents in Improving Survival of a Prefabricated Flap Model”
    (First Place-Residents’ Competition)
    Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society Annual Scientific Meeting
    Palm Beach, FL June 1995

    “Synergism of Angiogenic Agents in Improving Survival of a Prefabricated Flap Model”
    American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress
    New Orleans, LA October 1995

    “Improving Survival in Fasciocutaneous Flaps Using Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor”
    Midwestern Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
    Milwaukee, WI June 1996

    “Improving Survival in Fasciocutaneous Flaps Using Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor”
    American Society for Surgery of the Hand
    Residents and Fellows Conference
    Nashville, TN September 1996

    “Fasciocutaneous Flaps Revisited”
    American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery Annual Meeting
    Boca Raton, FL January 1997

    “Delayed Healing in a Denervated Wound Model”
    Plastic Surgery Research Council Annual Meeting
    Galveston, TX February 1997

    “Delayed Healing in a Denervated Wound Model”
    Midwestern Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
    St. Louis, MO May 1997

    “TGF-* Levels in Denervated Wounds”
    Midwestern Association of Plastic Surgeons Annual Meeting
    St. Louis, MO May 1997

    “Delayed Healing in a Denervated Wound Model”
    Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society Annual Scientific Meeting
    Cancun, Mexico June 1997

    “Improving Outcome in Adriamycin Extravasation Injury Using Oral Dapsone Therapy”
    Plastic Surgery Senior Residents Conference
    Birmingham, AL April 1998

    “Improving Outcome in Adriamycin Extravasation Injury Using OralDapsone Therapy”
    Plastic Surgery Research Council Annual Meeting
    Loma Linda, CA April 1998

    “Improving Outcome in Adriamycin Extravasation Injury Using Oral Dapsone Therapy”
    American Association of Plastic Surgeons 77th Annual Meeting
    Montreal, Quebec, Canada May 1998

    “Improving Outcome in Adriamycin Extravasation Injury Using Oral Dapsone Therapy”
    Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society Annual Scientific Meeting
    Seattle, WA May 1998

    “Improving Outcome in Adriamycin Extravasation Injury Using OralDapsone Therapy”
    Chicago Society of Plastic Surgery Senior Residents’ Night
    Chicago, IL June 1998

    “Biceps rerouting for correction of the supination deformity of the forearm”
    American Association of Hand Surgery
    South Beach, FLA January 2000

  • POSTER SESSIONS
    1. “Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor Induced Angiogenesis Increases Survival of a Prefabricated Flap” (co-author) American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons Annual Meeting Montreal, Canada October 1995
    2. “Biomechanical Analysis of the Intrinsic muscles of the Hand and Claw Deformity  American Association of Hand Surgery South Beach, FLA January 2000
  • PUBLICATIONS

    Journal Articles:

    1. Sommer NZ, Bayati S, Newmeister MW, Brown RE. Dapsone for the Treatment of Doxorubicin Extravasion injury – An Animal Study- Jour Pla Reconstr Surg 2002 May 109(6):2000-2005
    2. Bayati S, Seckel BR. Inframammary crease ligament. Plast Reconstr Surg 95(3):501-508, 1995.
    3. Lille S, Bayati S, Wechselberger G, Schoeller T. Letter & Correspondence: “Durability of prefabricated versus normal random flaps against a bacterial challenge.” Plast Reconstr Surg 101(3):863, 1998.
    4. Bayati S, Russell RC, Roth AC. Stimulation of angiogenesis to improve the viability of prefabricated flaps. Plast Reconstr Surg 101(5):1290-1295, 1998.

    Abstracts:

    1. Bayati S, Russell RC, Roth AC. Synergism of angiogenic agents in improving survival of prefabricated flaps. (Abstract) Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine 22 (Supl):50, 1995.
    2. Bayati S, Parungao AJ, Kucan JO, Roth AC, Mathur A. Delayed healing in a denervated wound model. (Abstract) Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine, 1997.
    3. Bayati S, Zook N, Naffziger R, Brown RE, Neumeister MW, Suchy H, Mathur A. Improving outcome in adriamycin extravasation injury using oral Dapsone therapy. (Abstract) Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine, 1998.

    Book Reviews:

    1. Bayati S. Manual of Medical Therapeutics Twenty-seventh Edition by Michele Woodley and Alison Whelan. Plast Reconstr Surg 91(6)1167-1168, 1993.
  • ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION

    Bayati S. Essentials of Plastic Surgery. (Book Review – Plast Reconstr Surg)

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