Dr. Kyle Song is a board certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Dartmouth University, a prestigious private Ivy League school in Hanover, New Hampshire.
During his time there, he volunteered at local children’s hospitals and participated in golf on the men’s varsity golf team. Throughout his undergraduate program, he dedicated his efforts to his academics and set himself up for success in medical school. He graduated at the top of his class and ranked in the 99th percentile nationally on his board exams.
Dr. Song was trained extensively by the top surgeons in the nation. He studied directly with the leaders in the industry, including Dr. Thomas Stevenson, former director of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Granger Wong, a prestigious Harvard-trained craniofacial surgeon, Dr. Michael Wong, a prominent body contouring expert, and Dr. Lee Pu, an internationally-renowned fat grafting expert. Dr. Song was quickly recognized for his artistic capabilities in all areas of plastic surgery and subsequently went on to a general and plastic surgery residency at UC Davis, as well as an aesthetic surgery fellowship at The Plastic Surgery Center of Sacramento. His training and experience are far beyond that of most surgeons and he is known truly as an expert in his field.
Dedicated to his work, Dr. Song travels on a regular basis to provide reconstructive surgical services to children in impoverished areas of the world. He has performed numerous cleft lip and cleft palate repair for children in Egypt, and he worked extensively in Tijuana, Mexico, providing victims of the Hermosillo Daycare fire with reconstructive surgery.