Choosing a facial cosmetic or reconstructive surgeon is a critical decision that should be made knowing several important facts.
What you should know when choosing a facial cosmetic surgeon:
1. Education and training are critical.
Our physicians are all double board-certified to perform facial plastic surgery. This includes the boards of both otolaryngology—head and neck surgery, and facial plastic surgery. This process required at least eight years of training after medical school, focusing exclusively on the face.
As such, our surgeons bring their unique understanding of the functionality of the face, combined with cutting-edge treatments to improve each patient’s appearance, resulting in a natural and individual final result.
2. A dedication to patients as individuals.
Cosmetic surgery must be approached on an individual basis, as every person has a combination of features that make that face unique. Our surgeons have a commitment to improving or repairing each patient’s appearance by examining both their physical and emotional expectations for facial cosmetic surgery.
3. Commitment to exploring and using new techniques.
What works for one patient, may not work for the next patient, as needs and situations differ. Our surgeons are all involved in research, in order to advance the field and find cutting-edge techniques to improve facial appearance, hide scars, and treat the natural consequences of aging.
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To request an appointment or to get more information about the Johns Hopkins Center for Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, please call 877-546-4530.