Lance Everett Wyatt, M.D., is the Director of the Wyatt Center for Plastic Surgery and the Institut d'Esthetique. He was previously Clinical Fellow in Surgery at the Harvard Medical School and was Chief Resident in the Harvard Combined Plastic Surgery Residency Training Program. From 1992-1999, he was a resident in the Division of General Surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and received his medical degree from the same institution.
Author of six textbook chapters, Dr. Wyatt's abstracts and publications appear in peer-reviewed literature and have been presented at national and international forums. He is recipient of a Lyndon Peer Fellowship (1996), Ralph Goldman Basic Research Award (1996), Best Plastic Surgery Research (1996, UCLA), and an Individual National Research Service Award (NRSA) from the National Institutes of Health (1995).
Identified as one of 50 Leaders of Tomorrow by EBONY Magazine, Dr. Wyatt has developed a reputation among peers and patients for his precision, skill, artistry and vision. His patients are a diverse group from around the world, including heads of state, individuals in the business sector, and leaders in the fashion, music, television and motion picture industries.