Dr. Ian Lytle’s surgical skills include plastic surgery for the body, breast and face. He has a special interest in reconstructive surgery following trauma. His goal is to use his cosmetic and reconstructive expertise to improve the quality of life for his patients. Dr. Lytle’s education and credentials include:
- Wayne State University Medical School
- Residency, University Hospital Cincinnati, Ohio
- Plastic Surgery Research Fellow, University of Michigan Medical Center
- Co-founder & Member of St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Melanoma and Tumor Board
- Member of St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Head & Neck Tumor Board
- Plastic Surgery Residency, University of Michigan Medical Center
- Member, American College of Surgeons
- Board Certified, American Board of Plastic Surgery
After receiving his medical degree from Wayne State University, Dr. Lytle began his training in general surgery at University Hospital at the University of Cincinnati. He returned to Michigan for his residency training and plastic surgery research fellowship, both at the University of Michigan Medical Center.
During his undergraduate studies, Dr. Lytle obtained a second major from Alma College in Fine Arts. His focus was life studies, which highlighted the human form. Dr. Lytle has an appreciation for fine art and enjoys painting and sculpting in his free time. He brings his artistic talent to the operating room and believes an eye for aesthetics enhances his surgical abilities.
Dr. Lytle and his wife, Dr. Marija Grahovac, are lifelong residents of Southeastern Michigan. Her obstetrics and gynecology practice is located at Oakwood Hospital, where Dr. Lytle also sees patients.