Francesco Maria Klinger


Dr. Francesco Klinger graduated in Medicine from Milan University (1994) and completed the specializations schools of Otolaryngology (1998), microsurgery and experimental surgery (2001), plastic reconstructive and aesthetic surgery (2011). He also obtained the second level master in Aesthetic surgery. He became chief of Plastic surgery unit at “IRCCS Multimedia” in 2010.

His most important fields of application are breast reconstructive and aesthetic surgery, post-bariatric surgery, skin cancer surgery, regenerative surgery, nose functional and aesthetic surgery, aesthetic surgery of the face and the whole body. He authored many publications in national and international Journals. He has membership in various societies such as Società Italiana di Chirurgia Plastica Ricostruttiva ed Estetica, representing Italian plastic surgeons during national and international congress.

Research Interests:

His research interests focuses on plastic surgery, adipose tissue, breast reconstruction and malformations.

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