Brandon-Dzung Mang, M.D. is a highly experienced and respected plastic surgeon who takes extreme pride in helping each one of his patients achieve his or her individual aesthetic goals. Dr. Mang is board-certified under the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and he is greatly admired by his many patients for his compassionate care and outstanding natural-looking results. Dr. Mang is strongly committed to helping people look and feel their absolute best – and it shows with every patient that he sees.
Before founding his state-of the art cosmetic surgery center, Dr. Mang embarked on his journey to become an expert in the field of cosmetic surgery through extensive training and education. Born in Vietnam and raised in Tampa, Dr. Mang graduated Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Syracuse University, majoring in Biology. Dr. Mang received his Doctorate of Medicine degree in 1994 from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. He went on to complete his general surgical training at Mount Sinai Medical Center and Albert Einstein Medical Center. During his five-year general surgical training program, Dr. Mang served as both senior and Chief Resident at Albert Einstein Medical Center. Following his general surgery residency, he completed a Hand Surgery Fellowship at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s in Chicago with Robert Schenck, M.D. Dr. Mang then completed his plastic surgery residency training at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio.
Dr. Mang is passionate about serving as the medical director of Mang Plastic Surgery and this is reflected in the outstanding quality of his work. His sense of humor and warm bedside demeanor has enabled him to attract a loyal staff and build a highly successful practice where his patients receive the finest quality cosmetic surgery care. When not working Dr. Mang enjoys golf, tennis, drawing, and photography.