Dr. Robert D. Lewis, MD, Plastic Surgeon
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Dr. Robert D. Lewis, MD

Plastic Surgeon | Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

4139 Boardman Canfield Rd Suite 2 Canfield OH, 44406


Dr. Lewis is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon that has been in practice since 1998.  He is a board certified plastic surgeon who is also fellowship trained in aesthetic surgery.  He completed a one year fellowship in New York City, affiliated with NYU at: Manhatten Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital.  His current practice is based in Canfield, Ohio but also maintains licensure and a practice in Indianapolis, IN.  Currently, his practice is largley cosmetic surgery, but also continues to devote approximately 10-20% of his practice to reconstructive surgery.  Dr. Lewis is committed to the open and kind treatment of his patients.  He is devoted to his patients happiness and satisfaction.  He is an artist and musician at heart that enjoys working out and participating in Triathlon during his spare time.  

Education and Training

New York University, MEETH Aesthetic Surgery 1998

DePauw University BA, BS 1984

The University of Akron Master Science, Biology 1995

University of Illinois College of Medicine 1989

Board Certification

American Board of Plastic Surgery

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Dr. Robert D. Lewis, MD's Expert Contributions
  • How long does eye lift surgery last?

    Typically, most board certified surgeons will tell you that eye lift surgery lasts at least 10 years. Of course there are exceptions to that and every patient should be spoken to individually, based upon their anatomy and medical history. Certainly, there are cases of eyelid surgery that must be performed conservatively, for medical reasons, that may not last that entire time. I hope this gives you some general idea regarding your question. READ MORE

  • What are the side effects of Botox?

    Thank you for your question. I would encourage you to read the pamphlet that accompanies the botox vial for a full list of possible side effects. That pamphlet can be found on the Botox or Allergan website. Please read it thoroughly before you proceed with your treatment. It is important that you are comfortable with the use of any medication put into your body. READ MORE

  • Is facial plastic surgery painful?

    For the most part, surgical procedures on the skin and soft tissues of the face are not very painful. However, any procedure that involves fracturing of bone (rhinoplasty, jaw surgery for example) can be painful. I would ask your board certified plastic surgeon that question with regard to the specific procedure you are considering. READ MORE

  • Does an otoplasty affect hearing?

    Typically, no, an otoplasty (reshaping of the outer ear) does not affect hearing. READ MORE

  • Is there a way to remove stretch marks?

    The best way to think of stretch marks is that they are truly scars in the skin. So, the answer is (most of the time, NO). However, if the stretch marks exist within an area of the body that is amenable to surgical excision of skin in that area (lower abdomen for example) then the stretch marks can be excised and completely eliminated. READ MORE

  • Is it safe to have a nose job in the summer?

    Typically, you can have nose surgery at any time of the year. Your surgical day should be a decision you make with your board certified plastic surgeon and one that fits into your unique schedule. There shouldn't be any increase in infection based up the time of year or temperature if you follow your doctors orders after surgery. READ MORE

  • Can plastic surgery remove burn scars?

    The majority of the time surgical improvement of scars requires excision of the offending scar and recreating a more acceptable scar within the area. It is essentially a trade off. READ MORE

  • Are face lifts dangerous?

    Typically facelifts are not dangerous if it is done on the appropriate patient, by a board certified plastic surgeon, within the correct safe environment. READ MORE

  • Can you get plastic surgery on your lips?

    Yes. READ MORE

  • Can you get fat removed from your cheeks?

    Yes, that can be performed. The important thing to consider are the natural changes to the face as we all age. READ MORE

  • How can I make my lips bigger with surgery?

    Surgical enhancement of the lips can take the form of several different surgical procedures. For older patients, a "lip lift" may produce the desired results. For younger patients, typically surgical procedures involve enhancing lip volume by either fat or fat + other tissue (dermal fat) grafting or transfer to the lip. Thank you for your question. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Aesthetic surgery of the face and body, all aspects..

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Director, division of plastic surgery Mercy Health, Youngstown 2015 - Present
  • Clinical Assistant Professor of surgery NEOMED, Rootstown, OH 2005 - Present


  • Gynecomastia
  • Skin Cancer
  • Lipoma
  • Sebaceous Cyst

Professional Memberships

  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons  

Dr. Robert D. Lewis, MD's Practice location

4139 Boardman Canfield Rd Suite 2 -
Canfield, OH 44406
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4119 Lockwood Blvd -
Youngstown, OH 44511
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Get to know Plastic Surgeon Dr. Robert D. Lewis, who serves patients in Youngstown, Ohio. 

 Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Lewis, performs elective cosmetic/aesthetic surgery. However, he also has broad experience in all forms of reconstructive and soft tissue hand surgery. He operates on all parts of the body for both cosmetic and reconstructive purposes.

Dr. Lewis is affiliated with Mercy Health – St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital and The Surgical Hospital at Southwoods in Youngstown, Ohio. Mercy Health – St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital is a Level 1 Trauma Center and Primary Stroke Center, equipped to handle the most serious emergencies. Since 1996, the caring and compassionate team at The Surgical Hospital at Southwood have been focusing their attention on the individual needs of each patient, creating a healthcare experience that is unparalleled in the Mahoning Valley. 

Additionally, Dr. Lewis is affiliated with The Gillian Institute. The Gillian Institute was founded by Dr. Kimberly Short, whose goal was to establish a team of compassionate professionals with expertise in caring for cosmetic surgery patients and providing a comfortable environment with a focus on continuity of patient care. “At the Gillian Institute, we believe in educating patients, presenting the options, and including our patients in the informed decisions regarding their choice to have surgery. Dr. Short strongly believes that surgery should be “tailored” or personalized for each patient and their specific anatomy and desires” as stated on the practice’s website. The Gillian Institute is named after Dr. Short’s daughter, Gillian, which means “Youthful One” in Latin.

Dr. Lewis is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is also a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and the Ohio State Medical Association.

Dr. Lewis earned his medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois in 1989. He then went on to complete his internship in surgery at Akron General Medical Center in 1990, followed by his residency in surgery at the same medical center in 1995. He also completed his residency in plastic surgery at Summa Health System in 1997, followed by his fellowship in aesthetic surgery at the Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Institute in 1998.

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty involving the restoration, reconstruction, or alteration of the face and body. As a plastic surgeon, Dr. Lewis provides expert cosmetic and aesthetic services to both men and women. He sees his duty as a listener to be just as important as his surgical skills. He also remains devoted to his patients’ happiness and satisfaction.

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