George T. Goffas, M.D.
Dr. Goffas has over fifteen years of experience in cosmetic surgery. He is the Director of the nationally recognized and accredited Cosmetic Surgeons of Michigan, P.C.
Graduating from the University of Michigan with honors, he attended medical school at New York Medical College in New York. He completed surgical training at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, New York. Additional fellowship training in cosmetic surgery was completed in Texas, with renowned cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Howard Tobin. This led to board certification by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery.
Dr. Goffas then began private practice and became partners with Dr. Steve Tsangalias, a respected plastic surgeon, in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. He is on staff at William Beaumont Hospital and the St. John Hospital/Medical Center where he enjoys privileges in cosmetic surgery of the face and body. Additionally, he is the Surgical Director of Cosmetic Surgeons of Michigan, an AAAHC-Accredited Surgical Center. This allows him to perform cosmetic surgery in the safety, convenience, affordability and confidentiality of a private surgical facility.
“I’m Dr. George Goffas, and I practice in the Sinclair Shores, Michigan area, which is a suburb of Detroit. I’ve been in practice for approximately 20 years, covering a full gamut of cosmetic surgery, including face, body, breast, and hair restoration. I’m on staff at several local hospitals and hold the position of an assistant professor of surgery at Oakland University Medical School.
I began my professional journey in oral surgery, thinking it was an area where I could make significant improvements for patients, especially focusing on the face. However, as I progressed in my training, I realized that people also had concerns about their bodies. Subsequently, I continued my education in medical school, underwent training in general surgery, and completed a cosmetic fellowship with Dr. Tobin in Texas, which provided me with valuable experience.
Upon moving back to Michigan, my home state, I joined a plastic surgeon in the area. We practiced together for about 15 years before he retired, and I subsequently took over the practice. Since then, I’ve been working independently, dedicated to providing comprehensive cosmetic surgery services to my patients.”–Dr. George T. Goffas
Dr. Goffas is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Oakland University/William Beaumont School of Medicine. He has authored several scientific papers in the medical and surgical literature. Additionally, he has written chapters on Facelifting in several medical textbooks. He has also been a frequent lecturer and teacher in cosmetic surgery, on a national level. Over the years, Dr. Goffas has also provided humanitarian surgical services for the poor. His association with the Healing the Children Program has helped provide care for the poor and underprivileged children throughout the world.
Dr. Goffas’ education and training combined with his kind and caring nature creates a positive balance between the clinical and personal aspects of surgery and patient care.