Edward W. Chang, MD
Edward W. Chang, MD, is a highly accomplished medical professional with extensive experience in both medicine and dentistry. Born in New York, Dr. Chang pursued his dental education at the University of Southern California School of Dentistry, earning a DDS in 1990. He then shifted his focus to medicine, obtaining his MD from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons in 1994.
Significant achievements and roles in various prestigious institutions mark Dr. Chang’s professional journey. From 2006 to the present, he has been with Kaiser Permanente of Northern California, serving as the Chief of Education in the Department of Cosmetic Services and specializing in Facial Plastic Surgery. His prior roles include Director of Facial Plastic Surgery Education at Columbia University Medical Center and several positions in facial reconstructive surgery centers in California.
His academic accomplishments are equally impressive, with degrees in Biology (BA, 1985) and Dentistry (DDS, 1990), alongside his medical degree. Dr. Chang has also held several academic appointments, including Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California and Adjunct Professor at Touro University School of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Chang’s commitment to education and advancement in his field is evident through his numerous presentations, publications, and active participation in academic programs and professional societies. His expertise spans a wide range of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery topics, underlining his dedication to both clinical excellence and the educational growth of the medical community.