News Release

October 16, 2013

Contact: Chris DeFrancesco, 860-679-3914

Plastic Surgeon Joins UConn Health Center

FARMINGTON, CONN. – Dr. Amir Nasir is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon who recently joined the UConn Health Center and is accepting new patients.

Nasir has expertise in general plastic and reconstructive surgery as well as additional training in cosmetic surgery. He offers body contouring procedures such as thigh lifts, arm lifts, tummy tucks, liposuction, and breast surgeries, as well as post-mastectomy breast reconstruction. He also has experience in a treating facial and hand injuries as well as burns, skin cancers, and congenital deformities.

Nasir joins UConn from private practice in Chicago and after several years in practice in upstate New York. His medical degree is from the University of Kansas School of Medicine, where he also completed a six-year residency in plastic and reconstructive surgery. After residency, Nasir did fellowship in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery at Boston University. Additionally, Nasir has a master’s degree in public health and tropical medicine from Tulane University in New Orleans.
Nasir lives in Farmington with his wife and son.

To schedule an appointment, call 860-679-7692 or 800-535-6232. More information about cosmetic and plastic surgery at the UConn Health Center is available at

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Dr. Amir Nasir, plastic and reconstructive surgeon, is now seeing patients at the UConn Health Center.

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