A well-known and highly respected surgeon who provides knowledgeable and experienced skills in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery, Dr. Borko Djordjevic has built a reputation of excellence for his constant pursuit of innovation in his field. Because of his commitment to providing state-of-the-art care for his patients, Dr. Borko Djordjevic teaches and serves as an editor for a medical journal in addition to maintaining a busy practice. Currently the Director and Chairman of the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Mediterranean Surgery Center in Igalo, Montenegro, Dr. Borko Djordjevic offers such treatments as tummy tucks, breast augmentation, liposuction and liposculpture, rhinoplasty, and facelifts. Using advanced techniques, Dr. Borko Djordjevic diligently works to ensure that each patient receives a natural-looking, beautiful result. In addition to his busy practice, Dr. Borko Djordjevic serves as an Associate Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Belgrade School of Medicine. In this capacity, Dr. Borko Djordjevic lectures and provides guidance to medical students interested in the medical specialty of plastic surgery. Dr. Borko Djordjevic also serves as a Contributing Editor for the Journal of Medical Research published by the University of Belgrade. Having earned his Doctor of Medical Sciences from the University of Belgrade, Dr. Borko Djordjevic transferred to the United States, where he fulfilled his general surgical training requirements at Mountainside Hospital in Pennsylvania and the Graduate Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Upon making a decision to specialize in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Borko Djordjevic undertook additional training and studies at Riverside Methodist Hospital, part of the Ohio State University teaching hospital system. Among the many certifications held by Dr. Borko Djordjevic are qualifications from the American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates.