John M. Shamoun, MD

Newport Beach, California

General Specialty

Plastic Surgery

Specialty Focus

Body Contouring
Breast Reconstruction
Breast Revisional Surgery
Breast Surgery
Eye Lid Surgery
Face Lift
Facial Rejuvination
Nasal Surgery
Scar Revisions
Tummy Tuck

Only plastic surgeon in the United States board certified by the American Board of Surgery; American Board of Plastic Surgery; American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and American Board of Forensic Medicine.

Extensive experience in all aspects of cosmetic, plastic & reconstructive surgery of the breast, nose, face, eye & body. Well-published author of several textbook chapters & journal articles related to above topics. Extensive experience in medical malpractice case review, consultation, written evaluation & testimony in depositions and trial for plaintiff & defense. Articulate subspecialty consultant with up to date knowledge & expertise of plastic surgery literature & standards of care. Opinions supported by extensive subspecialty education, training & experience.



  • BS, University of Mississippi
  • MD, University of Mississippi Medical School



Dr. John M. Shamoun is the only Plastic Surgeon in the United States who is Quadruple Board Certified by the:

  • American Board of Surgery
  • American Board of Plastic Surgery
  • American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • American Board of Forensic Medicine

Additional Information: 

Dr. Shamoun has been featured in the New York Post, the Dallas Morning News, the London Times, and the Sunday Mirror (U.K.), the Los Angeles Business Journal, People Magazine, and Women’s Journal Magazine.
Dr. Shamoun has lectured in the United States and authored or co-authored several journal articles and textbook chapters, in both Aesthetic (Cosmetic) and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery.
– Shamoun, J., et al.: “Atlanto-Occipital Subluxation/dislocation: A Survivable Injury?” Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 2000.
– Shamoun, J.M., M.D., Connell, B.F., M.D.: “The Significance of Digastric Muscle Contouring for Rejuvenation of the Submittal Area of the Face.” Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, May 1997.
– “Influence of Alar Cartilage and Septum on Nasal Tip Support. SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL SCHOOL (UTMSC – Dallas), Department of Plastic Surgery, 1993
– Shamoun, J., et al.: “Brain Abscess Following Multiple Esophageal Dilations: A Case Report.” Clinical Imaging, June 1989.

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