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Roberto L. Flores, MD

Assistant Professor of Surgery

Specialty: Plastic Surgery
Medical School: New York University
Residency: New York University (General Surgery)
                Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, NY (Plastic Surgery)
Fellowship: Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, NY (Craniofacial Surgery)


Dr. Flores joined the Division of Plastic Surgery in August of 2008. Dr. Roberto Flores received his Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University with a major in Biopsychology. He then went on to complete his Medical Doctorate from New York University. He then continued his studies at NYU as both a General Surgery Resident and Plastic Surgery Resident. Following this training he elected to do a further Fellowship in Craniofacial Surgery at the Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery in New York.


Since joining the Division of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Flores works predominantly at Riley Hospital for Children, specifically on craniofacial injuries and anomalies. He also has interests in cosmetic surgery.


Research Interests: Dr. Flores' laboratory uses virtual 3-dimensional digital models of the human body to create surgical simulations of conceptually complex surgical procedures. These simulations will serve as a resource for practicing and training surgeons to help improve their intraoperative learning process and skills. This research has the potential to greatly impact patient safety in a positive manner.

Affiliations

IU Medical Group

Hospitals

IU Health Methodist/IU Health University
IU Health North
Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health

Location Information

Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health

705 Riley Hospital Dr #2511

Indianapolis, IN 46202


IU Health North Hospital

11725 Illinois St #275

Carmel, IN 46032


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Clinical Research Interests: Cleft Surgery, Craniofacial Surgery, Aesthetic Surgery of the Face, Facial Trauma, Facial Reconstruction
Basic Research Interests: Surgical simulation in reconstructive surgery of the face
Research Page

The Surgical Correction of Pierre Robin Sequence: Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis versus Tongue-Lip Adhesion.
The Surgical Correction of Pierre Robin Sequence: Mandibular Distraction Osteogenesis versus Tongue-Lip Adhesion. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2014 Feb 24; Authors: Flores RL, Tholpady SS, Sati S, Fairbanks G, Socas J, Choi M, Havlik RJ …