M’liss Hogan, MD

083_Business_Pic__2_Dr. M’liss Hogan is a talented board-certified plastic surgeon who is pleased to provide personalized, high-quality plastic surgery to her patients in the greater New Orleans and Northshore area. Her training included four years of general surgery residency and three years of plastic and reconstructive surgical training.

Education/Training
Dr. Hogan has been involved in research during her plastic surgery training. She co-authored several publications and book chapters on an array of plastic surgical topics. Dr. Hogan’s education includes:

  • Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Residency at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans
  • General Surgery residency at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans
  • Doctor of Medicine at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans
  • Bachelor of Science Microbiology at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

Professional Affiliations

  • Active Member American Board of Plastic Surgery
  • Active Member American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Active Member of Louisiana Society of Plastic Surgeons

Hospital Affiliations

  • St. Tammany Parish Hospital
  • Lakeview Regional Medical Center
  • Fairway Medical Center
  • East Jefferson General Hospital
  • Ochsner Baptist
  • Crescent City Surgical Center

On a personal note, Dr. Hogan enjoys spending time with her family, which includes her husband and son.

Publications

  • Dupin, CL, Mayo J, and Hogan ME. “Chapter 17: A History of Breast Reconstruction Following Mastectomy.” Breast Disease: Comprehensive Management. Ed. Adam I. Riker. S.I.: Springer, 2014. 253-66. Print.
  • Dupin, CL, Mayo J, and Hogan ME. “Chapter 17: A History of Breast Reconstruction Following Mastectomy.” Breast Disease: Comprehensive Management. Ed. Adam I. Riker. S.I.: Springer, 2014. 253-66. Print.
  • Wise MW, St. Hilaire H, Sadeghi A, Hogan ME, and Dupin CL. “Chapter 19: Autologous Breast Reconstruction.” Breast Disease: Comprehensive Management. Ed. Adam I. Riker. S.I.: Springer, 2014. 279-304. Print.
  • Hogan, ME, and Dupin, CL. “Chapter 21: Revision Breast Reconstruction and General Complications.” Breast Disease: Comprehensive Management. Ed. Adam I. Riker. S.I.: Springer, 2014. 313-20. Print.
  • Saad AI, Rebowe RE, Hogan ME, Wise MW, St. Hilaire H, Sadeghi A, Dupin CL. “Localization of the dominant deep inferior epigastric artery perforator by computed tomography angiogram: does the standard deep inferior epigastric artery perforator flap design include the dominant perforator?” Annals of Plastic Surgery. 2014;72(6):670-3.