Dr. Reichner is a graduate of Washington University School of Medicine,
one of the top Medical Schools in the United States according to U.S.
News and World Report. He completed his Plastic and Reconstructive
Surgery Training at the University of California Irvine Program,
with special interest in aesthetic plastic surgery.
He also completed five additional years of General Surgery training at the University of California,
San Diego and The Kern Medical Center.
Dr. Reichner has experience and training in all aspects of Plastic Surgery
including cosmetic, laser, reconstructive, microsurgery, pediatric,
and hand surgery. All reconstructive and aesthetic surgical procedures
are performed using modern surgical techniques and equipment.
He was recognized with the 2002 and 2004 CARE Award from
St. Joseph's Hospital and 2002 American College of Surgeons Award
in Laser Research.
Dr. Reichner is a Fellow of The American College of Surgeons and
Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
He is also an assistant clinical professor of plastic surgery at the University of California Irvine.
He has completed advanced post-graduate training in Minimally Invasive
Aesthetic Surgery in San Francisco, Rejuvenation Medicine in New York,
the Advanced Cosmetic Surgery Training Indian Wells, Santa Fe and Orlando and Advanced Rhinoplasty
Training in Dallas,Chicago and San Francisco.
As both a qualified and respected plastic surgeon and a prior Chairman of Plastic
Surgery at St. Joseph Hospital, Dr. Reichner has operating privileges at several facilities including
Hoag Hospital and Newport Beach Surgery Centers in Newport Beach,
La Veta Surgical and Main Street Surgery Centers in Orange
and Barranca Surgery Center in Irvine.