Otis Allen, MD, SC
As a member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Dr. Allen is among a select group of board-certified plastic surgeons who have attained the highest level of achievement in cosmetic surgical training, continuing education, and clinical experience.
The care and comfort of our patients is our primary concern, and their satisfaction and happiness is our ultimate goal.
From your initial consultation through your follow-up care, we want to make this experience positive and worry-free. We listen carefully to each patient to find out what is most important to him or her. We also want you to know what is most important to us: your health and wellbeing.
Dr. Allen performs surgery in his accredited AAAASF surgery facility.
Diplomate, American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, December 1983
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
State of Michigan; Permanent License No. 42623, July 11, 1980
State of Illinois; Permanent License No. 036-064804, July 31, 1982
State of Wisconsin; Permanent License No. 27529, July 1986
Pre-Medical: Western Michigan University, July 1966 to June 1968
University of Detroit, January 1971 to April 1973
Summa cum laude, BS in biology, chemistry
Medical School Education
Wayne State University School of Medicine, August 1973 to June 1977
Degree: Medical Doctor, June 1977
Internship: Wayne State University Affiliated Hospitals; Straight Surgical, July 1977 to June 1978
Residency: Wayne State University Affiliated Hospitals; Surgical, July 1978 to June 1980
Wayne State University Affiliated Hospitals; Plastic Surgery, July 1980 to June 1982
American Medical Society 1977
Detroit Surgical Association, Associate Member 1978
The International Society of Surgical Body Sculpturing and Lipolysis, North American 1984
McLean County Medical Society 1982
Synthesis of Murine Aliphatic Amines
Excretion of Murine Aliphatic Amines
Effect of Antilymphocyte Serum on Fetal Murine Transplants
Treatment of Burn by Exposure Method
Reconstruction of Burned Eyelid
Response to Subdermal Implantation of Extured Microimplants in Humans