Matthew Chetta, MD
Matthew Chetta, MD, is a board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in reconstructive microsurgery at the Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. Dr. Chetta performs reconstruction from head to toe, but specializes in breast reconstruction and provides the full spectrum of breast reconstruction including implant-based as well as perforator free flap reconstruction. In addition, he is also helping create and strengthen sustainable international clinical and educational collaborations within the Ohio State University Department of Plastic Surgery.
- Microvascular Surgery Fellowship, Stanford University
- Plastic Surgery Residency, University of Michigan
- MD, Medical College of Georgia
- BS, Pensacola Christian College
- Reconstructive plastic surgery, including reconstructive microsurgery
- Breast reconstruction
- Developing sustainable plastic surgery collaboratives internationally in low and middle income countries
- Facial reanimation
- Global Health and Plastic Surgery
- Plastic Surgery education
- Improving access to surgical care
- Outcomes in breast reconstruction, particularly in the setting of radiation
- Educational impact in international surgical collaboratives
- Ethical implications in surgical missions
Honors, Organizations & Publications
- American Board of Plastic Surgery
- Organizational memberships: ASPS, ASMS, ASRM, ACS, PSRC, ACAPS
– Chetta MD, Aliu O, Zhong L, Sears ED, Waljee JF, Chung KC, Momoh AO. Reconstruction of the Irradiated Breast: A National Claims-Based Assessment of Postoperative Morbidity. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2017 Apr;139(4):783-792.
– Aliu O, Zhong L, Chetta MD, Sears ED, Ballard T, Waljee JF, Chung KC, Momoh AO. Comparing Health Care Resource Use between Implant and Autologous Reconstruction of the Irradiated Breast: A National Claims-Based Assessment. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2017 Jun;139(6):1224e-1231e.
– Chetta MD, Shakir A, Paek LS, Lee GK. Evaluating Resident Perspectives on International Humanitarian Missions. J Craniofac Surg. 2018 Mar;29(2):279-285.