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Andrea Park


Facial plastic, aesthetic and reconstructive surgeon
Lover of sand volleyball, swimming, hiking and animals

Dr. Andrea Park is a facial plastic surgeon who cares for patients who have irregularities of the head or neck, whether these conditions are congenital, acquired or results of cancer treatment. Aiming to help her patients look and feel their best, she believes that trust, service and open communication are essential to a thriving patient-physician relationship.

Park has received numerous research awards and has published extensively on her work with nerve injury models and novel treatment options to prevent synkinesis, a condition involving involuntary movements that occurs after nerve injury. The American Laryngological Association recently honored her with a resident research award and invited her to speak at its annual national meeting on her innovative treatment option for a neurological voice disorder.

Park earned her medical degree at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. She completed a residency in otolaryngology at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where she served as co-administrative chief resident and also completed a research fellowship funded by the National Institutes of Health. She completed a fellowship in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, where she trained with the cosmetic surgeons to the stars.

Park is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.

  • Education

    University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

  • Residencies

    Washington University in St. Louis, Otolaryngology

  • Fellowships

    David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

  • Board Certifications

    Otolaryngology, American Board of Otolaryngology

  • Academic Title

    Assistant Professor

I love being able to restore someone's natural beauty and seeing that person's happiness and confidence bloom even more.

Where I see patients (3)

    My reviews


    Overall Experience
    121 Ratings
    About our process
    May 12, 2023
    Just great
    May 04, 2023
    Very helpful we trust her decisions
    Mar 25, 2023
    My primary cause for concern is the clinic's decision to stop processing authorizations for my treatment (masseter injections for bruxism/TMJ). I have not received clear instructions or advice on how to proceed to continue to receive care.
    Feb 18, 2023
    My care provider did not spend adequate time with me. I have a lot of questions about my care and upcoming surgery but my appointments feel very rushed and I did not have an oppurtunity to discuss my options thoroughly.
    Feb 16, 2023
    Dr. Park is professional knowledgeable kind and empathetic. She is a master at her craft and an amazing surgeon. I would recommend her with full confidence. I feel grateful for the care I have received from Dr. Park and my entire care team at UCSF.
    Aug 13, 2022
    Was expecting an after-visit summary on My Chart from this visit and the initial visit none was provided.
    Aug 12, 2022
    I love her
    May 07, 2022
    She was late for my surgery and also late for my second post op appointment so she was in hurry when it was time for her to see me after waiting 35 mins because she was extremely busy.
    Apr 15, 2022
    I felt very comfortable with my experience with Dr. Andrea Park. I believe that I will be getting positive results.
    Mar 18, 2022
    I feel like I am in excellent hands with my upcoming Surgery.
    Mar 10, 2022
    Dr. Park is absolutely superb by each of the survey measures. I couldn't ask for a more skilled informed and empathic physician.
    Feb 16, 2022
    Asked and answered all good
    Feb 02, 2022
    Once again. The provider should have worked out a precise plan and delivered it to me.
    Nov 18, 2021
    Again I think Dr Park is great it's the people that works around her that disappoints me so much.
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