Honoring Our Service Men And Women

In 2009, Faces Of Honor became the third arm to the AAFPRS Foundation's FACE TO FACE (FTF) Humanitarian Programs.

FTF Faces of Honor provides pro bono medical and surgical expertise to veterans and active duty members who were injured while serving in the United States Armed Forces. We simply want to provide a “thank you” to the brave men and women who have served our country by offering our surgical skills and expertise, as caring physicians.  Our role is to serve as a resource, to help qualified individuals find a facial plastic and/or reconstructive surgeon who is willing to provide surgical services at no cost to the patient.

If you are a military service member or veteran who was injured while serving our country and have facial, head or neck injuries sustained either in combat or non-combat/support activities, you may be eligible for these services. You should however be able to demonstrate medical documentation of care rendered by the military for your war related injury. This can include paperwork from Landstuhl Regional Medical Center or any other Military or VA facility

Application Process

First and foremost, our Academy and Foundation leadership and members would like to personally thank you for your service in the military. We are extremely indebted to you and your fellow service men and women for answering the call to protect our great nation. 

To apply for services, please contact Karen Sloat at ksloat@aafprs.org 

 
If you are an active AAFPRS Member and would like to volunteer in the FACE TO FACE Faces of Honor Program, please contact Karen Sloat at ksloat@aafprs.org 





Disclaimer: The AAFPRS Foundation does not provide medical and/or surgical care and does not enter into a physician/patient relationship with anyone. Not all AAFPRS members perform all procedures included in the field of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. The AAFPRS Foundation makes no warranties or representations about the skills of individual physicians or surgeons or their abilities. Inclusion of a surgeon as a volunteer for this program does not indicate that the surgeon is qualified to perform the surgery needed. The AAFPRS Foundation does not provide medical advice, and no one should rely on statements made by the AAFPRS Foundation in this reference as providing such advice. Patients should rely exclusively on their physicians and surgeons for such advice.