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Mark Codner, MD (Deceased)

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Assistant Professor
Emory University
201 Dowman Drive
Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Mark Codner was a Clinical Assistant Professor of plastic surgery at Emory University. He received his medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine followed by internship and residency from New York Presbyterian Hospital-WeillCornell Center. He also completed his residency and fellowship in plastic surgery from Emory University Affiliated Hospitals and is certified in plastic surgery from American Board of Plastic Surgery.

Noted for his training, leadership and research in plastic and oculoplastic surgery, Dr. Codner’s research and innovation has advanced procedures with improved outcomes in eyelid surgery, facelifting, rhinoplasty, breast surgery including minimal visible scarring in endoscopic transaxillary breast augmentation.

Dr. Codner has authored 10 textbooks, over 100 articles and invited book chapters, and given over 200 lectures around the world as an educator in his field of medicine. Dr. Codner is Chairman of both the Atlanta Oculoplastic Symposium and the Atlanta Breast Symposium, which brings leaders in plastic surgery from around the world together to share information.

Dr. Codner is recognized by his peers, having been awarded the prestigious Sherrell Aston Award by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He volunteers his service to his specialty with leadership in the Southeastern Society of Plastic Surgery, the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. 

 

Representative Publications:

Upper and Lower Eyelid Reconstruction

Micro Free Orbital fat Grafts to the Tear Trough Deformity During Lower Blepharoplasty

Functional Considerations in Aesthetic Eyelid Surgery

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