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Dr. Sean Bidic, a cosmetic plastic surgeon in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, loves what he does. His plastic surgery practice allows him to form lasting relationships with patients as he works with them toward the common goal of restoring or enhancing their appearance. In Dr. Bidic, patients have a knowledgeable leader in surgical education, a skilled plastic surgeon, a talented artist and sculptor, and an organized business manager.

If you're considering reconstructive or cosmetic plastic surgery near Mullica Hill, New Jersey, choose a board-certified plastic surgeon with experience and abilities that exceed your expectations. Request your consultation online or call (856) 362-8898
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Dr. Bidic is certified by The American Board of Plastic Surgery with a certificate of added qualification in hand surgery. He has attended and presented research at many major annual medical meetings and is an active member of the following renowned plastic, aesthetic, and hand surgery societies:

  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
  • American Society for Surgery of the Hand
  • American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery
  • New Jersey Society of Plastic Surgeons

Education & Training

Dr. Bidic completed a fully accredited plastic surgery residency, the only training that teaches reconstructive and cosmetic surgery of the entire face and body. This requires demonstration of a surgeon's knowledge and ability to safely treat all issues related to deformity or cosmetic enhancement.

Dr. Bidic also completed an additional 1-year hand surgery fellowship through UCLA's Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and passed the written certificate of added qualification exam in hand surgery. Both require a rigorous maintenance of certification.

Dr. Bidic earned his Bachelor of Science in healthcare systems management from the Wharton School of Business. This experience gives him a more complete understanding of the connection between the administrative and clinical aspects of managing a practice. He strategically plans the day with the goal of preventing patients from waiting and maximizing operating room efficiency to minimize complications and ensure a pleasant experience for patients.


Dr. Bidic is plastic surgeon who teaches other plastic surgeons. In addition to being a clinical instructor for the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UCLA, Dr. Bidic was an assistant professor and the director of the hand surgery fellowship at another of the United States' most prestigious plastic surgery programs, the University of Texas Southwestern School of Medicine. He is also 1 of 5 plastic surgeons who oversee the annual international plastic surgery in-service exam for training and practicing plastic surgeons.


Between his general and plastic surgery training, Dr. Bidic studied art at Carnegie Mellon University, earning a Master of Fine Arts in sculpture. He is one of just a few active board-certified plastic surgeons with this combination of credentials in the United States.

"For me, the study of art at the master's level was much more than being able to render or appreciate 'beauty.' The study of art improved my ability to appreciate my environment through multiple perspectives so that I might better understand my patients and the world around me. Also, it allowed me to more confidently create with any medium. That includes, of course, the traditional mediums like paint and clay, but also skin, fat, and bone within the sphere of medicine."


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