American Board of Plastic Surgery, Inc.


Medical School: University of Arizona Medical Center

Internship/Residency: Wake Forest University Baptist Health

Fellowship: Froedtert Hospital-Medical College of Wisconsin

Clinical Interests:

Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction






Christian Kirman, MD, FACS, has a singular mission: to ensure you receive the best surgical outcome medically possible. A board-certified plastic surgeon with an emphasis in cosmetic surgery and microsurgery—specifically, microsurgical breast reconstruction—he demonstrates due diligence when it comes to patient safety, ethical and scientific integrity, reliability and artistry.

Dr. Kirman completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona, and was trained in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where he excelled in his studies and was a standout resident. He completed a fellowship in microsurgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and has since relocated permanently to the Bay Area where he practices in San Francisco, Walnut Creek, San Ramon and Danville.

An affordable plastic surgeon with a gentle and generous spirit, he continues to provide the beauty world with contributions at every level, educating and inspiring residents in plastic surgery as a Clinical Instructor at UCSF.