About Us

ABOUT US

Dr. Helen Moses is a board certified, fellowship trained physician specializing in cosmetic Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. She is from Sumter, South Carolina and has returned to the area to practice in the heart of Columbia. She has had the honor of training under premier thought leaders in the realm of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic facial rejuvenation.  In joining Palmetto Facial Plastics, a division of Palmetto ENT Consultants, Dr. Moses is the only female facial plastic surgeon in the Midlands, and we are pleased to offer this unique perspective to our patients.

Dr. Moses completed a five year head and neck surgical residency training at Duke University Medical Center followed by a competitive fellowship in cosmetic Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in Atlanta, Georgia.Throughout her time in residency and fellowship, Dr. Moses has concentrated solely on surgery of the head and neck with the most advanced training in the intricacies of facial rejuvenation procedures that enhance, not change, one’s overall appearance.

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OUR TEAM

Cher Hill, Practice Manager
Kelli Brazell, Medical Assistant & Patient Coordinator
Pam Miller, Patient Coordinator / Surgery Scheduler

Helen A. Moses, MD Credentials

Education & Training:

  • Fellowship Trained Facial Plastic Surgeon
    Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellow
    American Academy of Facial Plastic and
    Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)
    Louis DeJoseph, MD, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Board Certified Head and Neck Surgeon
    Duke University Medical Center, Residency Head and Neck Surgery
  • University of South Carolina, School of Medicine, M.D.
  • Clemson University, B.S. Biological Sciences
    Summa cum Laude
    Calhoun Scholar, Calhoun Honors College

Honors

  • Alpha Omega Alpha, President,
    USC School of Medicine
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • American Board of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

Recent Presentations & Publications:

  1. Moses H, Woodard C. Update on reconstructive
    options for nasal Mohs defects 1.5cm or less. Current
    Opinion – Otolaryngology
    Head and Neck Surgery 2016;24(4)300-308
  2. Moses H, Powers DB, Keller J, Erdmann D, Marcus
    JR, Puscas L, Woodard C. Opportunity Cost of
    Surgical Management of Craniomaxillofacial
    Trauma. Craniomaxillofac Trauma Reconstr. 2016
    Mar;9(1):76-81
  3. Opportunity Cost of Surgical Management of
    Maxillofacial Trauma. Moses HM, Keeler J,
    Marcus J, Powers DB, Woodard C.
    Oral Presentation at ONE AO
    February 2015, Las Vegas, NV

Academic Lectures and Grand Rounds:

  1. Reconstruction of Nasal Mohs Defects.
    Duke University Medical Center.
  2. Ergonomics in the Operating Room.
    University Medical Center.
  3. Brow Lift for the Facial Plastic Surgeon.
    UNC-Duke Facial Plastic Surgery Journal Club.
    Chapel Hill, NC
  4. Balloon Sinuplasty: An Update on Indications
    and Review of Outcomes.
    Duke University Medical Center.