Meet Dr. Furnas
Novato, CA plastic surgeon Dr. Heather Furnas specializes in rejuvenating the aesthetic of men and women of all ages. She is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has been in practice for almost 30 years. She is the co-founder of Allegro MedSpa of Novato and is thrilled to be serving alongside her husband, Dr. Francisco Canales. Dr. Furnas has served as a clinical instructor in surgery at Harvard Medical School and is currently an adjunct assistant professor of plastic surgery at Stanford University. Her overall goal is to provide the highest quality of care with the utmost integrity.
Skills and Specialties
As a highly trained plastic surgeon, Dr. Furnas is well-versed in cosmetic treatments for the face, body, and skin. A few of her most popular procedures include BOTOX, Juvéderm, CoolSculpting, Cellfina, and vaginal rejuvenation. She is also exceptionally experienced in performing nonsurgical treatments, such as laser hair removal, MiraDry, tattoo removal, IPL, and laser skin resurfacing. In addition, she offers PRP therapy and G-spot enhancement.
Education and Training
Dr. Furnas completed her undergraduate education at Stanford University and continued her education by attaining her master's degree as well. From there, she attended UCLA School of Medicine and after receiving her medical degree, she returned to Stanford University where she served her residency in plastic surgery.
Throughout her extensive career, Dr. Furnas has joined multiple associations, including:
- The California Society of Plastic Surgeons
- The American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
- The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
- Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
Humanitarian Work and Hobbies
Dr. Furnas's father has always been an inspiration to her, as he was a world-renowned plastic surgeon who traveled to many different countries to serve others in need. Today, Dr. Furnas upholds her father's legacy by volunteering her services to the people of Peru, Honduras, Western Samoa, the Philippines, and El Salvador. When she is not helping others, Dr. Furnas enjoys spending time with her family, reading, writing, and painting.