Jonathan Frankel, MD
Specialty: Otolaryngology-Facial Plastics
- Clinical Instructor, CWRU School of Medicine
29099 Health Campus Dr
Westlake, OH 44145
Jonathan Frankel, MD is a board-certified otolaryngologist at University Hospitals. In addition, he is fellowship-trained in facial plastic surgery and has a focused interest in facial rejuvenation, rhinoplasty, skin resurfacing, and facial contouring with aesthetic injectables. Dr. Frankel values the trust that patients place in him, and he seeks to use his skills to help his patients achieve their aesthetic and functional goals.
Dr. Frankel’s extensive training in head and neck and facial plastic surgery gives him a unique understanding of the form and function of the face. Initially drawn to this field by his background in the fine arts, he particularly loves the marriage of art and medicine in facial cosmetic surgery.
After graduating magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in 2007, Dr. Frankel attended Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, where he earned his medical doctorate and received the Medicine Legacy Award. He went on to complete a five-year surgical residency in otolaryngology – head and neck surgery at UH Cleveland Medical Center. Dr. Frankel then furthered his training when he was selected for a prestigious facial plastic surgery fellowship at the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dr. Frankel has been widely published in textbooks and peer-reviewed journals on a variety of topics including facelift surgery, nasal surgery and the surgical correction of ear deformities. In addition, he has presented his work at local, regional and international surgical conferences. Passionate about using his training to care for the underprivileged, Dr. Frankel has served on multiple international medical expeditions to Honduras, Uganda and Belize and received the American Academy of Otolaryngology – HNS Foundation Humanitarian Travel Award.
- Closed Fracture of Malar
- Closed Fracture of Maxillary Bones
- Closed Fracture of Nasal Bones
- Deviated Nasal Septum
- Drainage of Hematoma of Nasal Septum
- Drainage of Hematoma of Pinna
- Ear Anomalies
- Estlander Operation, Lip Reconstruction
- Extensive Excision of Nasal Polyps
- Facial Laceration
- Facial Nerve Disorders
- Facial Palsy
- Facial Reconstructive Surgery
- Keloid Scar
- Local Infection Skin/Subcut Tissue
- Lysis of Adhesions of Nose
- Malignant Melanoma
- Malignant Melanoma of Scalp and Neck
- Malignant Neoplasm of Head, Neck and Face
- Medial Canthopexy
- Nasal Cavity and Sinus Disease
- Nasal Congestion
- Nasal Drainage
- Nasal Obstruction
- Open Wound of Auricle of Ear Without Complication
- Open Wound of Auricle of Ear, Complicated
- Primary Rhinoplasty with Elevation of Nasal Tip
- Repair of Ectropion
- Repair of Ectropion with Wedge Resection
- Repair of Nasal Septal Perforation
- Scar Conditions and Fibrosis of Skin
- Secondary Rhinoplasty, Minor Revision
- Tissue Graft
- Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery - American Board of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Fellowship | Facial Plastic Surgery - Oto
Facial Plastic Surgery - Oto - Mangat-Kuy-Holzapfel Plastic Surgery Center (2016 - 2017)
Residency | Otolaryngology
Otolaryngology - Uh Case Medical Center (2012 - 2016)
Internship | General Surgery
General Surgery - Uh Case Medical Center (2011 - 2012)
Case Western Reserve University School Of Medicine (2011)
University Of Pennsylvania (2007)
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As of December 31, 2016, Jonathan Frankel did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.