Plastic surgeon Dr. John B. Lazor, M.D., FACS and friend of the R.O.S.E. Fund. Dr. Lazor has been with the Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary since 1991. After becoming a Fellow in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 1995, he began to serve on MEEI’s Facial and Cosmetic Surgery Center team.

Plastic surgeon Dr. John B. Lazor, M.D., FACS and friend of the R.O.S.E. Fund. Dr. Lazor has been with the Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary since 1991. After becoming a Fellow in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 1995, he began to serve on MEEI’s Facial and Cosmetic Surgery Center team.

In partnership with leading hospitals and doctors across the country, the R.O.S.E. Fund provides free medical and surgical care to women disfigured by acts of domestic violence.   Surgeries and procedures range from scar revisions and dental work, to cosmetic reconstructive surgery for the head, neck, and face.

Facts on the Reconstructive Surgery Program

  • Established in partnership with the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (MEEI) in 2000.
  • Has since expanded nationally with participating doctors and hospitals throughout New England and Illinois, to Missouri, New York, New Jersey, and California.
  • Focused on erasing the physical reminders of a survivor’s abusive past in order to dramatically increase her self-esteem.
  • Offers access to a wide range of medical services to include:
    • Facial plastic and reconstructive surgeries including, scar revisions (from cuts and burns) and rhinoplasty (i.e. nose job)
    • Medical services and surgeries associated with the head, neck, ears, nose and throat (ENT), including nasal, larynx/voice box, breathing/respiratory and hearing issues.
    • Dental and orthodontic issues, such as chipped and missing teeth, gum disorders and other cosmetic dental issues
    • Oral/Maxillofacial procedures associated with injuries of the jaw, as well as eating and chewing issues.

We are actively seeking applications for the R.O.S.E. reconstructive surgery program.

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