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Dr. Glynn Bolitho, M.D., PhD, F.A.C.S

About Dr. Glynn Bolitho, M.D., PhD, F.A.C.S

The world of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery has afforded patients an array of options they never thought possible. It’s offering both women and men a sense of rejuvenation, and for many, unleashing a newfound confidence. For more than 20 years, board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Bolitho, has helped transform lives one patient at a time. “Patients about to undergo cosmetic or reconstructive surgery are embarking on a journey,” Dr. Bolitho says. “It’s critical to have a good relationship with my patients in order to guide them through the surgical process. For this, ongoing, clear communication is vital.” Dr. Bolitho completed his plastic surgery fellowship training at Emory University in Atlanta. After leaving his full time faculty position at Emory, he opened the doors to his La Jolla private practice in 2000. Serving as the current Chief of Plastic Surgery at Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla, Dr. Bolitho is also fulfilling his non-salaried appointment as Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery at the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Bolitho is an active member of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. Adjacent to Dr. Bolitho’s medical practice located at the Scripps Memorial La Jolla campus is his private operating suite, accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities. In addition to surgical procedures, Dr. Bolitho’s office is committed to providing a range of non-operative facial rejuvenation services such as fillers, skin resurfacing and laser treatments. “Even after all this time, I still consider it a true honor for me to take care of my patients,” Dr. Bolitho says.

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