Richard Sadove, MD, FACS – Plastic Surgeon
Dr. Richard Sadove is a board certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon who specializes in a full range of plastic surgery services. With over 30 years experience and a dedication to continuing education, Dr. Sadove offers extensive experience, and a wealth of knowledge in the most advanced and innovative surgical techniques and procedures.
Dr. Richard Sadove performs a vast array of surgical procedures with emphasis on face and neck rejuvenation, plastic surgery of the eyelids, nose, and ears as well as breast surgery, including breast augmentation with gummy bear cohesive gel anatomic breast implants. In addition to the above listed procedures, he performs body sculpture with liposuction, skin removal after massive weight loss, tummy’s tuck, thigh lift, arm lift, fat grafting and acne scar treatment.
As a globally renowned plastic surgeon , Dr.Sadove has been invited to lecture and teach in 26 different countries.He has not only published over 40 books and articles in peer reviewed journals, but has also received numerous awards both nationally and internationally. He is a Fulbright Professor.
Dr Sadove has been and still is actively involved in several medical societies including :
- American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- European Association of Plastic Surgery
- International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
He has been an editor of the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Journal for over a decade. Furthermore, he is a member of the Board of Directors of the North Florida Surgical Pavilion where he operates and is an active member of the staff at the North Florida Regional Medical Center. He is also President of the Board of The Florida Museum of Natural History and President of the Board of the Gainesville Civic Choir
Dr. Sadove was trained in nude charcoal figure drawing and nude sculpture. He studied the violincello at the Chicago Conservatory of Music. He enjoys holidays with family, snow skiing, singing, and Gator Sports. He is President of the Board of Friends of the Florida Museum of Natural History and the Gainesville Master Chorale.