Theddeus O.H. Prasetyono was born in Surabaya, Indonesia, on October 25th 1966. After finishing medical school at Airlangga University in 1991, he underwent residency in the plastic surgery division of the University of Indonesia, and completed his training in 2000. He also took the fellowship training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Interplast, (R.A.C.S.) Melbourne, Australia in 2000 as well as fellowship in the USA entitled Reconstructive Microsurgery at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Centre, Texas in 2002 and Hand and Microsurgery at the Buncke Clinic, California in 2003.

Dr. Prasetyono, Sp.BP-RE(K), also known as dr. Teddy, is an active member of several national organizations such as the Indonesian Association of Plastic, Reconstrutive, and Aesthetic Surgery (INAPRAS) and Indonesian Society of Reconstructive Medicine (ISREMI) as the co-founder; as well as international organizations namely EXCO IPRAS (International Federation of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery) as the Budget & Financial Committee, ISAPS (International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery), American Society of Plastic Surgeons as the international member, Asian Pacific Federation of Societies for Reconstructive Medicine (APFSRM) as a national delegate, and the International Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ISPRES). He was the Asian-Pacific representative and the national delegate in the Board of Representative of IPRAS and he has been the National Secretary of OSAPS (Oriental Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery) since 2010.

He is currently appointed as an editor of the Medical Journal of Indonesia, the Journal of Hand Surgery, Asian Pacific Volume (Official Journal of APFSSH – Asian Pacific Federation of Societies of Surgery for the Hand), as well as a member of the editorial board of Archives of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (AAPS). dr. Teddy is also the reviewer of the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the Archives of Plastic Surgery, and the Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal. He is the past editor-in-chief of the Indonesian Journal of Surgery, as whom he served for seven years. 

As a member of the scientific community, dr. Teddy frequently delivers speeches in various seminars, trainings, and scientific meetings all around the globe. In addition, he is the author of numerous scientific papers and books. Recently, his topic of interest for research is “one-per-mil tumescent technique”, in which he had published papers dan presented in various symposiums, both national and international.

Dr. Teddy currently resides in Jakarta, Indonesia. He serves as a medical staff and research coordinator in the Division of Plastic, Reconstructive, & Aesthetic Surgery at the Medical Faculty of University of Indonesia/Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital, the inaugural director of ICTEC (Indonesian Clinical Training and Education Center), and the chief coordinator of the International Class program at the Medical Faculty of University of Indonesia.

He is also committed in numerous public mass services on cleft lip and palate operation throughout Indonesia. For his dedication, loyalty, honesty, competencies, and discipline as Government Officer for 10 years to the Republic of Indonesia, dr. Teddy received the “Satyalancana Karya Satya” honor from the President of Indonesia in November 2008. In addition, dr. Teddy had received numerous awards for his scientific writings from 1997 until 2013. In addition, currently dr. Teddy also received a reward as “Best Participant” in “PEKERTI” training organized by University of Indonesia.

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