For the completion of his Fellowship the Institute of Facial & Cosmetic Surgery is offering a 40% on all facial cosmetic surgeries performed by Dr. Diepenbrock under Dr. Kennedy's supervision.
Dr. Ryan Diepenbrock is the 2012-2013 Institute of Facial and Cosmetic Surgery Fellow. He comes to IFCS after completing a residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. An active duty Officer in the United States Air Force, Dr. Diepenbrock was selected to complete an American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (AACS) accredited fellowship under the tutelage of Dr. Brent Kennedy. He was selected based on his academic and scholastic accolades, vibrant personality, and extensive experience with facial surgery.
Dr. Diepenbrock was born and raised in Ohio. After high school, he attended Bowling Green State University and earned a full athletic scholarship for football. He was a four year starter and letter winner. He received numerous athletic and academic awards including induction into The Mortar Board and Golden Key National Honor Societies, Who’s Who among Students in American Colleges and Universities, The National Deans List, and the National Football Foundation Post-Graduate Scholarship, among other recognitions. Following completion of undergrad, Dr. Diepenbrock played briefly for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League.
He then entered Dental School at The Ohio State University. During Dental School, Dr. Diepenbrock was awarded a full scholarship sponsored by the United States Air Force. He was selected by his peers to represent The Ohio State University as student delegate to the Ohio Dental Association. Additionally, he was recognized for his outstanding patient interaction and management skills.
Following matriculation, Dr. Diepenbrock completed his first residency at Wright Patterson AFB, OH. After finishing number one in his class, he was stationed at Altus AFB, OK where he garnished multiple Squadron and Group level awards including Company Grade Officer of the Year.
In 2012, Dr. Diepenbrock completed an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Residency at David Grant USAF Medical Center, Travis AFB, CA. During his residency, Dr. Diepenbrock gravitated to facial cosmetic surgery where a significant amount of his operating room cases were aesthetic procedures. He gained extensive experience in both hard and soft tissue cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. During his Maxillofacial Surgery residency, Dr. Diepenbrock’s passion for cosmetic surgery flourished. He then pursued and was selected to complete Dr. Kennedy’s highly competitive AACS accredited Fellowship.
Merging art and science, he was drawn to provide this select group of patients with compassionate and meticulous care to obtain ideal results. Dr. Diepenbrock brings to the Institute of Facial and Cosmetic Surgery a vivacious and infective personality sure to place his patients at ease.
Dr. Diepenbrock holds certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Trauma Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Basic Life Support as well a holding a General Anesthesia permit. He actively lectures to multiple residency programs, local societies, cosmetology & esthetic training programs. He has multiple published and presented works, and continues to author and research. He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
Dr.Brent Kennedy of the Institute of Facial & Cosmetic Surgery has a one year accredited fellowship in Cosmetic and Aesthetic Maxillofacial Surgery. This highly sought after fellowship position is open to surgeons of all specialties who have completed their surgical specialty residency. Dr. Kennedy’s fellowship receives and reviews many applications every year and interviews the only the most highly qualified.
Dr. Kennedy performs all of the surgery for his patients and the Fellow assists and learns by observation. Occasionally we have patients who desire facial aesthetic surgery but cannot afford Dr. Kennedy's fees, even with the financial options available. If the patient agrees to have the Fellow perform the surgery during the last 3 months of the fellowship (April, May, June) under Dr. Kennedy’s supervision, the surgery fee is 40% of Dr. Kennedy’s fees.