Unfortunately, we are not currently accepting new patients for this clinic. Please check back January 2015 for updated scheduling information.
Cosmetic procedures at a discounted price
The Johns Hopkins Plastic Surgery Chief Resident Clinic, located at Johns Hopkins Healthcare and Surgery Center in White Marsh, Maryland, offers patients lower prices on a wide range of plastic surgery procedures.
The surgeons are chief residents in their sixth year of clinical training in plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. They are supervised at all times by a plastic surgery faculty surgeon who supervises and performs all cosmetic surgical procedures with the residents, ensuring that you receive the absolute highest standard of quality and safety.
The clinic offers a variety of cosmetic surgical procedures. Select a procedure to learn more about what to expect during surgery and recovery:
- Arm tuck/arm lift
- Botox® and fillers
- Breast augmentation
- Breast lift (mastopexy)
- Breast reduction
- Cheek implant
- Chin implant
- Eye lift (eyelid surgery)
- Facial fat grafting
- Lip augmentation
- Male breast reduction (gynecomastia)
- Neck lift
- Rhinoplasty (nose job)
- Skin treatments, including chemical peels and dermabrasion
- Thigh lift
- Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty)
What you need to know
Effective April 1, 2014, initial consultation and evaluation are available for a $50.00 non-refundable fee. This fee will be collected by credit card via phone prior to your appointment. Pricing for your specific procedure will be determined after your first consultation, depending upon the procedure(s) being performed.
Payment for your surgery can be made by cash, check or credit card.
Meet the clinic team
Director of Resident Cosmetic Surgery/Supervising Faculty
- Gerhard (Sol) Mundinger, M.D.
- Joseph (Alex) Kelamis, M.D.
- Daniel Calva, M.D.
- Owen Johnson, III, M.D.
Gerhard (Sol) Mundinger, M.D.
Dr. Gerhard Mundinger was born in Washington, D.C., and grew up in Jackson, Mississippi. He completed undegraduate studies at the University of Michigan, triple-majoring in biology, environmental policy, and resource ecology. He attended medical school at Johns Hopkins University and began residency in the joint Johns Hopkins/University of Maryland integrated plastic surgery residency program in 2007. He completed two years of additional research on craniofacial surgery and composite tissue transplantation (hand and face transplantation) with Dr. Eduardo D. Rodriguez at the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, for which he received grant support from the Office of Naval Research and the Plastic Surgery Foundation.
Dr. Mundinger has been an invited speaker at numerous national and international meetings, and has authored over 40 peer-reviewed publications and five book chapters. Awards include: National Institutes of Health Clinical Research Training Program Fellowship (2005-6), American Association for Cancer Research Busch Scholar-in-Training Award (2007), American Austrian Foundation Max Kade Fellowship (2007), Tokyo University Medical Student Exchange Scholarship (2007), National Institutes of Health Medical Education "Success Story Profile" (2007), International Travel Award for the 23rd International Congress of the Transplantation Society (2010), Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation Research Fellowship (2010-11), St. Andrew’s Episcopal School Young Alumni Award (2010-11), The Johns Hopkins Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Basic Science Research Award (2012), and a travel award from Bring Hope Through Healing for Changing Children’s Lives mission trip to Prajaksinlapakhom Army Hospital, Udon Thani, Thailand (2012).
He is currently an Administrative Chief of Service for the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr. Mundinger is committed to the art and science of cosmetic surgery, and strives to make the plastic surgery experience as pleasant as possible for his patients from the initial consultation through the recovery period. He is dedicated to enhancing, preserving, and restoring the patient’s natural beauty through procedures including face lift (rhytidectomy), rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery, breast augmentation, breast lift (mastopexy), tummy tuck (abdominoplasty), and body contouring.
Joseph (Alex) Kelamis, M.D.
Dr. Joseph (Alex) Kelamis was accepted into the Johns Hopkins Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery training program upon graduation from medical school at Oklahoma University in 2008. He was one of only two residents accepted into the seven-year combined training program when there were over 350 applicants nationally for the two positions that year. He is currently in his last year of training and serves as one of four Chief Residents.
Alex is a native resident of Oklahoma. He received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from the University of Kansas in 2004. Thereafter, he immediately entered medical school. After beginning his plastic surgery training at Johns Hopkins, he also completed one year of dedicated research which focused on face transplantation, microsurgical reconstruction and craniofacial trauma. He was one of only several plastic surgery residents nationally whose research was accepted for formal presentation at the 2011 American Association of Plastic Surgeons. Alex has also authored and co-authored multiple journal articles in the field of plastic surgery, including co-authoring multiple textbooks for plastic surgery. Grateful for the opportunities given to him early in his career, Alex attributes a tremendous amount of his success not only to his attending plastic surgeons, but also to his co-residents that he has had the privilege of working with over the years.
His interests within the field of plastic surgery are not narrowed by any degree; his interests within the specialty of aesthetic plastic surgery are no exception. The seven-year combined plastic surgery training program has enabled Alex to continually focus on all areas of plastic surgery at an institution committed to creating leaders within its field. Becoming a true master of aesthetic plastic surgery is a goal which continues throughout one’s career and requires an early recognition to all areas of its artistic and scientific components. Alex has committed himself to this end and will continue to achieve his success while keeping his patient’s safety, concerns and goals at the forefront of his pursuit.